THE STRUCTURE THAT WOUNDS EVERYBODY MUST BE DESTROYED
On view at Urban Arts Space
A short time ago, an American airplane dropped one bomb.
We are joined together in sadness, shock, and grief. You are not alone in your grief.
Today we express our sorrow. We don’t know yet, all the “hows” or “whys” of this tragedy.
Perhaps, we may never fully understand it.
Most tragically, civilian casualties have been high. A wanton disregard for human life.
Imagine the chaos. To share the grief that we all feel. There is madness in this world.
We must continue to exhibit the intensity of our emotions.
An explicit threat. No one can say that there are no dangers.
We know the world cannot stay the same.
A few people laughed, a few people cried, most people were silent.
Several works included in the exhibition were done in partnership with the Peace Resource Center at Wilmington College. https://www.wilmington.edu/prc/
The Peace Resource Center (PRC) at Wilmington College creates a vital connection between the campus community and efforts toward non-violence, social justice, and global peace.
Please consider making a gift to the PRC here: https://www.givecampus.com/campaigns/5219/donations/new?donation_type=general
Images of the show: https://www.quietspruce.com/tstwembd
Video walk through: https://youtu.be/xWXVXjc0_6M
Thank you to Tanya Maus, Director of the Peace Resource Center at Wilmington College.
Summer Series is a multi-venue program that showcases short- and long-term projects such as gallery exhibitions, performances, audience participatory work, discussions, research demos, and more. This series encourages collaboration, multidisciplinary approaches and seeks ideas that foster conversations, relationships, or careers, that represent diverse perspectives.