The title of the event makes it clear: you don't have to be black to be outraged! And here at this photograph exhibition, racial injustice is revealed before your eyes as provoking artworks created by Justin Mills.
Mills is inspired by four American films revolving around the issues of racism: Do the Right Thing (1989), Selma (2014), Moonlight (2016), I Am Not Your Negro (2016). He takes screenshots from these movies and inserts motivating messages in order to represent the hardship and status of black people in the today's society.
"You Don’t Have to be Black to be Outraged" is open for free for the public at Kathmandu Gallery until December 28.