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Perhaps an Impossible Home for Invisible Dreams, 2017
Rose Frantzen (American, b. 1965)
Oil on linen
On loan from the artist.
Impossible shapes that could not exist in three-dimensional form are found in the background and overlap the portrait.
How can dreams for a potential future be limited by the restrictions and expectations placed by society? Consider again why Frantzen chose a young black man to explore the idea of “invisible dreams.” How can implicit bias and the structures within education, justice, and societal systems limit what one may accomplish simply based on the color of their skin?