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Published on the occasion of Senstad's solo exhibition "How We Live Together" at Yi Gallery Project Room in 2020. Metallic gold screen print on black canvas tote bag. Published by Yi Gallery Books. Printed by Kayrock Screenprinting in Brooklyn, NY. Limited Edition of 60 including a few signed copies.
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If the rights of society's most vulnerable members are denied, everybody's rights are imperiled.
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