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Depicting the Invisible: Portrait of Rena Trotter with political artist Sue Coe

Sue Coe is one of the foremost political artists working today. She has been called the greatest living practitioner of confrontational revolutionary art. In this episode of the Depicting the Invisible podcast, Susan and Sue discuss Rena Trotter's portrait and military sexual assault. They talk about their individual art practices, and the power of art to inspire and collectively heal.

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Susan J. Barron is an award-winning artist whose exceptionally diverse work has been collected and commissioned across the country. Her latest work is Depicting the Invisible, a portrait series of veterans suffering from PTSD. The series is currently on exhibition at the Hunter Museum of American Art and the National Veterans Memorial and Museum simultaneously.
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