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Corey Pilson ’20: My Confounding Color Series

Published By Corey Pilson / published on: June 15, 2020

Corey Pilson '20 shares his photography series with the Duke Arts community to invite us "to see black men in a new light."

Part of our “Art and Artists are Essential” collection and invitation.

“Though struggle is inherent to blackness, being black is more than struggling to overcome oppression.

In this tumultuous time I think it is important for people to see black men in a new light.”—Corey Pilson

Corey Pilson ’20 was a political science major and completed “My Confounding Color” during a Documentary Studies with Chris Sims and MJ Sharp. See his work here.

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