Artists and critics frequently encounter conceptually and visually challenging work that demands intellectual unpacking and deconstruction. As an artist and patriot, I feel it is my duty to interpret Bilal’s work and continue to facilitate discussion concerning the past and future actions of our great Nation.
- *Background: Wafaa Bilal’s Work in Troy*
- *Faculty Senate – Democracy Teach-In*
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