“Nested I, II, III, IV“ proposes to deconstruct racial profiling by reframing the viewer in hoodie sweatshirts (-nested): a black ‘father’ figure shelters a youth who hugs a toddler who cradles an infant….. This video-installation-social sculpture displays surveillance video of viewers on monitors housed in hoodie sweatshirts, reversing expectations of who’s profiling whom. Live video prompts empathy and invites interaction, elevating the viewer’s role while empowering the profiling target.
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