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VantaBlack, "Say Their Names: A Public Art Memorial Project" (detail), 2020, photo by David Gary Lloyd Photography; courtesy of the artist and Bakehouse Art Complex.

Say Their Names: A Public Art Memorial Project

Katy Donoghue

8 December 2020

Bakehouse Art Complex’s Say Their Names: A Public Art Memorial Project is an outdoor public mural transforming the western facade of the NW 6th Avenue building. Created by the artist Chire Regans, who goes by the name VantaBlack, the work is a tribute to more than 250 individuals whose lives were lost from gun violence, hate crimes, domestic violence, police brutality, and gender violence. Simple but painfully poignant, the artist has hand-stenciled the names of the victims, letter by letter, across the expansive wall to catch the eye of passersby. In addition to acting as a public memorial, the project is part of the artist’s ongoing work surrounding systemic racism and societal injustice. 

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