The artist team of Bradley McCallum & Jacqueline Tarry developed an important career around site-specific work using photographic media to highlight political and racial issues in America. They were commissioned to create an original, temporary installation in Atlanta for ACP’s tenth festival, October 2008.
Drawing upon the rich film, television and radio broadcast archives of the civil rights collection of WSB, housed at the University of Georgia. McCallum and Tarry created a public art project that resonated beyond the site, leading citizens from all over to interact with, and learn from this work of art.
Presented with the HDDC.
Project organizer: Lisa Kurzner.