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This 12X12″ illustration is part of a series of prints from a larger exhibition, Umbra, which centers on the intersectional experiences of Black womxn. Each piece delves into six themes which designer and illustrator, Terresa Moses, has identified as gaze, control, savior, (d)anger, burden, and liberation. This piece is themed under “control,” which names the use of religious institutions to control the bodies of Black womxn.
More about this series and exhibition at umbraexhibit.com.
Product Specifications: 12X12 inch Coated Matte 120# Cover Weight with Flat Matte UV Coating.
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