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The fictitious diary entry from Baartman in this piece, speaks through time to Josephine Baker and rapper Lil’ Kim. It addresses the women’s complicity in perpetuating myths and untruths about Black female sexuality that continue to effect representations of Black female bodies in contemporary media and popular consciousness.

Oh Josephine
Oh Josephine
Found 1920’s typewriter, wooden plinth, fictional diary entry.
15” w x 16” d x 36” h