The Intersectional American Deafhood (ceramics tiles, sculpture hand,glazes,size circle 22'') 4th Mandala

The hand sculpture is "America" in American Sign Language. Along with dark blue glass beads represents a diversity of 33 Deaf babies that are born every day. We are Deaf American with intersectionality included genders, races, ethnicity, religious belief, sexual orientation, age, ability, and socioeconomic status. And plus our deaf identity in the complex web of identities along deaf parents, hearing parents, siblings, relatives, and going on.
The sun hands acknowledged the diversity of Deaf people in America have their own identities. We are proud to be stand under bright sun. Let sun shines on us.

The Intersectional American Deafhood

  • SOLD private collection in Altantic Area School for the Deaf, Georgia

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