Steven Cozart, Mother Harrington Interview II
Mother Harrington Interviews II
“My work as of late is reflective of my thoughts and feelings about race and identity in America, focusing on stereotypes of the Aftrican American Male and Female within the paradigm of the African American Community. Specifically, I have noted the use of codecs (devices that compress and decompress data to enable faster transmission of that data) within the community to quickly pack and unpack information about African American men and women amongst themselves. These codecs have taken and may take many forms, such as a brown paper bag (as related to skin tone), or a pencil (as related to hair texture). The tones, textures and even features of the individuals also serve as codecs” – Steven Cozart

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