Monuments for a New Era
is a proposal for Robert E. Lee Monument in New Orleans that reimagines it as a living monument thus creating a space for confronting America’s history of slavery and segregation and acknowledging their ongoing manifestations and the healing that can take place through reconciliation. Website

Digital media • Variable dimensions • Commissioned by New York Times for Monuments of a New Era article also featuring proposals from Dread Scott, Nicole Awai, Ariel Rene Jackson, Titus Kaphar, and Kenya (Robinson) • Exhibited in Citizenship at Denver MCA