A collection of artwork by Dylan Thomas entitled "Hard Labor" were on display at McKee Library through March 29, 2018. By referencing Rauschenberg and others of the abstract expressionist movement, this series of works aims to subvert traditional ideas about who is allowed to participate in the world of fine art. Composed of materials gathered from gas station dumpsters and other spaces belonging to members of the working class of the American South, each work symbolizes the members of this demographic and endeavors to memorialize him or her by exalting objects which belonged to and represent the “white trash” individual.
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