The Oath, 2015⁠#Artforsale⁠⁠Archival Inkjet Print, edition 4/10, 20 x 30 inches⁠⁠Based on post-colonization texts and theory rather than oral stories, The Oath, referencing Jacques-Louis David's 1784 painting, represents the duality between traditional and contemporary lifestyles. The looming background appears to be a cityscape, while the foreground appears to be a traditional representation of North Eastern Woodland architecture and regalia. The men in the image appear to be preparing for the hunt or for war; through their collaborative efforts, they represent the important ideal of solidarity.

The Oath, 2015⁠#Artforsale⁠⁠Archival Inkjet Print, edition 4/10, 20 x 30 inches⁠⁠Based on post-colonization texts and theory rather than oral stories, The Oath, referencing Jacques-Louis David's 1784 painting, represents the duality between traditional and contemporary lifestyles. The looming background appears to be a cityscape, while the foreground appears to be a traditional representation of North Eastern Woodland architecture and regalia. The men in the image appear to be preparing for the hunt or for war; through their collaborative efforts, they represent the important ideal of solidarity.

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