Geoff Kim

I Don't See Color, 2014

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Lot 12
Acrylic, oil pastels, and spray paint on paper
5.0 x 4.0 in (12.7 x 10.2 cm)
Signed on verso


This work ships from Brooklyn, NY, US.


This piece reflects the phrase "I Don't See Color" used by many people of non POC backgrounds to justify an "equal" sense of what it means to be human. It comes from a sense of "oneness" in that we as humans are all equal. This is a utopian notion that neglects any and all forces of social and economic elements that dictate how each group lives their everyday existence in the twenty first century. Disregarding slavery, colonialism, or any modern affliction to a given culture, is what the phrase "I don't see color" connotes.

Celebrating the variety of cultures and colors that make up the vast array of human life on this planet is what this piece strives to highlight. An explosion of colors that one cannot help but be enveloped and embraced in. It's okay to see color. It warms and cools you to understand our differences. See color, it sees you.

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