Participants are invited to gently dip their fingers in the water. The Clayborn Temple is due for renovations in the upcoming year. The church was a gathering site for sanitation workers in Memphis during the Civil Rights era.
Participants are invited to hold the hands of the sculpted video display to look around a 360° video of the Clayborn Temple and listen to a speech by Martin Luther King Jr.
A chalkboard with a backlit whiteboard on the reverse side, this piece acknowledges the origins of the display space. Charles Carroll presided over his manor in Maryland; a 10,000 acre estate that included approximately 1,000 African slaves. At the time of his death, his 130 remaining slaves were valued at $5 each.