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Examining our social and political obligations to our fellow citizens—and the manifold ways in which we shirk this duty—the artists in Duty of Care document, enact, and embody our responsibilities and failings.
Edgar Endress records the financial fragility and political intrigue of Bolivia, through economic collapse, assassination plots, and corporate manipulation.
Max King Cap inhabits megalomania through a series of self-portraits as dictators, asking the viewer, “What would you do with unlimited power?” He has asked himself this question and become ashamed of the answer.
Nuttaphol Ma documents and embodies the struggle of sweatshop workers who labor, under dehumanizing conditions and for pennies on the dollar, to provide our bargain blue jeans.