I had the honor of giving a presentation at the Archives of American Art as a sort of wrap-up of my time at Smithsonian. I talked a bunch about my work in general using some examples like Ocean Voices:

and Voices Without Faces, Voices Without Races:

And then I talked about my hopes for a future exhibit at Smithsonian (more info in this previous post).

I recorded the talk and the subsequent question/answer period for those who may be interested:

Audio MP3

And for the really committed among you, here is a pdf of the Keynote slides:

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