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Inspired sculptures, installations, and painted tapestries recount racialized atrocities, documenting centuries of brutality, surprisingly, without the hint of hyperbole. In fact, Jasmine Murrell’s imaginative labor achieves subtlety by duping the senses. Like the art produced, Murrell’s process is mysterious.
University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, MI, Semaj Brown invited as a guest lecturer to senior law class: Trademark, Race, and Cultural Identity, Professor Susan M. Kornfield, J.D.