Endowed with ten arms and video monitors, “Black Angel” suggests a stop action “hands up” response to a police order. Micro video cameras reframe viewers in the context of black/ brown/tan/ beige hooded sweatshirts and violence against unarmed black men, while monitors housed in the ‘hands’ of fanned out arms “Black Angel” has a larger than life presence that references skin color in relation to contemporary surveillance profiling, violence against black men (Travon, Michael, etc.), and cultural sources, from Jesus to Shiva.

Another great art in honor of police brutality victims!