Interview with Artist Billie Grace Lynn Discusses Racial Injustice and Her Work on Display at Lowe Art Museum

Artist Billie Grace Lynn discusses how her work focuses racial injustice and gets candid about her voice on this issue as a white woman from Alexandria, Louisiana. The interactive and immersive exhibition on display at the Lowe Art Museum features a 30-foot sculpture of a black hoodie that visitors can enter and a scale model of the Washington Monument made up of mirrors that can rotate 360 degrees.

The exhibition Billy Grace Lynn: A House Divided is available at the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami from June 20 – September 15, 2019. [WLRN]

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