Apr 2012 teenage art workshop at Sprinkler Factory, Worcester, MA/USA

A cooperation project with Lauren Monroe/Worcester Think Tank and teenage students.

What is the side of a human being that turns him or her toward crime, and what is the nature of that crime when it becomes genocide? A crime against humanity? A human rights violation? And how can such things be prevented? Subliminal messages. Public relations. Propaganda. “One of the big things about genocide is propaganda,” said 13-year-old Sage Korins-Boid of Worcester. She is a student at the Worcester Area Think Tank. To illustrate her point on subliminal messages, she said, “I created my own piece of propaganda.” Her artwork juxtaposed images of good and evil.