Unchecked privilege, where one uses that power at the expense of others, is often expressed as an explosive toxic inferno of entitlement, vitriol, and rage. How might we use our privilege to help, rather than harm, others? What reminders do we need to wield this power with responsibility?
Might those we condemn for abusing their privilege might also be victims themselves? How can we rethink what it means to be privileged and what it means to empathize with both the over-privileged and under-privileged?
16 x 20 printed with archival inks on Satin photo paper. Print will be shipped rolled.