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    • Zoot suit riot

    • Zoot Suit Riots, Los Angeles, Calif., 1943; Crowds; Women
    • The project grew out of an invitation to work with an image from the photographic archive of the Mexican muralist David Siqueiros. The work was part of a group exhibition held at REDCAT (Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater) in 2006. This image was...
    • East First Street, 1933

    • Trees; Crowds; Hats; Night
    • A group of people stand around a tree. The lynch victim has been removed in this conceptually driven photographic series which sought to raise awareness of the history of lynching in California. See Lynching in the West: 1850-1935 (Duke, 2006).
    • Split

    • Trees; Lynching; Crowds; Men; Hats
    • The lynch victim has been removed in this conceptually driven photographic series which sought to raise awareness of the history of lynching in California. See Lynching in the West: 1850-1935 (Duke, 2006).
    • Hang Trees

    • Real photo postcards; Lynching; Gonzales-Day, Ken
    • Exhibition catalog published in conjuction with the "Project Series 30: Ken Gonzales-Day Hang Trees." Contents: Nightfall (2006) 60 x 75 inches chromogenic print Anthony (2006) 60 x 45 inches chromogenic print With none but the omnipresent stars to...
    • Execution of Josh the…, 1852

    • Drawing; Hanging; Lynching; California; Hats; Crowds
    • Erasure of the lynch victim intended to raise awareness of the history of lynching and other forms of summary justice in California. Josh (Joshua Robertson) was of African descent and lynched in Rich Bar, California in 1852. The original drawing...
    • Josefa on the Downieville Bridge, 1851

    • Bridges; Hanging; Lynching; California; Hats; Crowds
    • Altered image of the hanging of Josefa at the Downieville bridge in 1851. First woman to be lynched in California. Erasure of the figure intended to raise awareness of the much-overlooked history of lynching in California. See Lynching in the West:...
    • Taken from county jail, 1863

    • Crowds; Horses; Buildings; Los Angeles (Calif.); Executions and executioners
    • In 1863, a mob of approximately 200 men broke into the county jail in Los Angeles, and grabbed Boston Daimwood (or Damewood) and his 3 cohorts, along with a young man named Wood, who was being held for stealing chickens. All 5 were lynched. In...
    • Water Street bridge, 1877

    • Crowds; Men; Boys
    • The lynched bodies of Arias and Chamales have been removed. The lynch victim has been removed in this conceptually driven photographic series which sought to raise awareness of the history of lynching in California. See Lynching in the West:...
    • Tombstone, 1884

    • Telephone lines; Mountains; Crowds; Hats
    • A group of men wearing hats stand around a telephone pole and mountains are in the distance. The lynch victim has been removed in this conceptually driven photographic series which sought to raise awareness of the history of lynching in...
    • The wonder gaze, St. James Park

    • Trees; Hats; Crowds
    • This wallpaper piece was originally installed at the CUE Art Foundation in NYC in 2006. In 2007, it was installed in Vienna, at the Generali Foundation; in "Crimes of Omission," at the Institute of Contemporary Art, at the University of...
    • East First Street no. 2, 1935

    • Trees; Crowds; Night
    • A group of people stand around a tree. The lynch victim has been removed in this conceptually driven photographic series which sought to raise awareness of the history of lynching in California. See Lynching in the West: 1850-1935 (Duke, 2006).
    • The wonder gaze, St. James Park

    • Generali Foundation (Vienna, Austria); Art Exhibitions; Crowds; Trees;
    • Installation view of The Wonder Gaze (St. James Park) as installed at the Generali Foundation in Vienna as part of the exhibition, "Exile of the Imaginary: Politics, Aesthetics, Love," curated by Dr. Juli Carson. One image is of people standing...
    • Tomlinson & Griffith corral, 1870

    • Photographs; Hanging; Lynching; California; Crowds
    • The lynch victim has been removed in this conceptually driven photographic series which sought to raise awareness of the history of lynching in California. See Lynching in the West: 1850-1935 (Duke, 2006).

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