Lorna Simpson: Installed in an outbuilding formerly used by servants, this artwork reflects the experience of Africans in Charleston and their link to the contemporary African-American experience. The varied amounts of water in each jug represent the amounts of water rationed to slaves aboard slave ships.
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Lorna Simpson: Installed in an outbuilding formerly used by servants, this artwork reflects the experience of Africans in Charleston and their link to the contemporary African-American experience. The varied amounts of water in each jug represent the amounts of water rationed to slaves aboard slave ships.

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