Third World Liberation Front Memorial, 2020.
The Third World Liberation Front Memorial is designed to shed light on the events which inspired the culmination of the Ethnic Studies Department and the Multicultural Center, as well as the level of ethnic and racial inclusivity seen at UC Berkeley today. The memorial will be located in the courtyard outside of Stephens Hall, providing an accessible location for an immersive memorial to the Third World Liberation Front. The piece consists of individual artworks in each of the tiles outside of the Ethnic Studies Library that converse with and play off of each other, creating one unified body. The works will be created proportionally to the concrete panels and sealed directly over top, so that people may walk ‘over’ the artworks. Each tile will depict various movements and peoples that have catalyzed change at UC Berkeley. Examples of works in the tiles may include photographs from TWLF protests, symbolic icons of the aftermath of the TWLF, representations of histories of oppression that largely shape the world today, and educational writings on the progress that has been made. The creation of tiles will be a community effort as various student organizations will be encouraged to create pieces for the installment.
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