• Bradley McCallum

    Conner Contemporary Art

    Since the early ’90s, artists Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry have consistently engaged issues such as racism, police brutality, and homelessness, interviewing and interacting with some of its victims through a variety of mediums, including photography, video, and sculpture. In summer 2002, they and several teenagers living on Seattle’s streets organized Civic Endurance, a twenty-five-hour performance in which one teen after another stood for an hour’s duration on a street corner looking directly into the lens of a video camera, which filmed them from a location across the street. The

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