Wendy Maruyama, “The Tag Project,” 2011, Boise Art Museum installation with paper, ink, string and thread. The tags include the names of every person held in each of the 10 incarceration camps in the United States.
Wendy Maruyama, “The Tag Project,” 2011, Boise Art Museum installation with paper, ink, string and thread. The tags include the names of every person held in each of the 10 incarceration camps in the United States. Wendy Maruyama and the Museum of Craft and Design
Wendy Maruyama, “The Tag Project,” 2011, Boise Art Museum installation with paper, ink, string and thread. The tags include the names of every person held in each of the 10 incarceration camps in the United States. Wendy Maruyama and the Museum of Craft and Design

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