Clarissa Sligh

Revolt
1991

screen print
edition:5
image: 28"h X 20"w
4 colors on Rives BFK
enlarge print

Revolt describes the history of slave revolts and details the results of cruel punishment. It is one of a powerful series prints concerning the history and economics of slavery in America.

Clarissa Sligh is an artist photographer whose work is based on personal and community stories made as photographs, artist’s books, installations and mixed media. She has received many awards including an NEA Fellowship, Anonymous Was a Woman, and the International Center for Photography’s Infinity Award. Clarissa’s focus and effort helped create the Coast to Coast Women Artists of Color network.

www.clarissasligh.com