Tracy Murrell is an Atlanta-based artist and curator. Her artwork explores the use of silhouettes, recontextualizing the images to use as entry points for deeper conversations on gender, race, ethnicity, oppression and privilege. Sometimes a picture needs a 1,000 words to tell the whole Story. In the #endhumantrafficking Project text-infused silhouetted images are entry points for conversations about the many horrific facets of human trafficking.
WCA Georgia Chapter
"Fun Facts! Over 300,000 Children are Trafficked within the United States Annually"
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