I Drew A Line Yellow by Diane King is a symbol of our current moment in political history. A bullet, masked as a crayon, wrapped in a flag.
In February of this year, 15 students and 2 teachers were massacred in the school shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
The survivors have drawn the line, and stepped over it to national activism. Politicians continue to straddle the line, to the point of cowardly inertia. In the United States’ heated struggle for effective leadership, who is going to color our children’s future?
I Drew A Line Yellow, 2018
Steel, paper, children’s modeling clay
32” x 11” x 3.5”
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