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La’Tovia Gary’s video An Ecstatic Experience (2015) is a gripping work that artist and activist Shellyne Rodriguez says “draws the audience to the head of the needle where we are all sitting.” In this video, Rodriguez looks closely at the work, and asks what we can do in response. See the work on view now in An Incomplete History of Protest.

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La’Tovia Gary’s video An Ecstatic Experience (2015) is a gripping work that artist and activist Shellyne Rodriguez says “draws the audience to the head of the needle where we are all sitting.” In this video, Rodriguez looks closely at the work, and asks what we can do in response. See the work on view now in An Incomplete History of Protest.

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La’Tovia Gary’s video An Ecstatic Experience (2015) is a gripping work that artist and activist Shellyne Rodriguez says “draws the audience to the head of the needle where we are all sitting.” In this video, Rodriguez looks closely at the work, and asks what we can do in response. See the work on view now in An Incomplete History of Protest.

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