Artwork by Albert White stolen from construction site

Artwork by Albert White stolen

Native American, Albert White, had a large size poster of his artwork stolen off the fence at the temporary construction wall at the justice building in Binghamton. The County Executive's Office had invited artists to display artwork on the wall while the building is undergoing renovation. Albert sprayed it with UV protector, glued it, stapled it and sprayed it again with outdoor shellac. It lasted outside very well....but someone really wanted the picture. The poster is a political cartoon of Indians on a shrinking reservation surrounded by "civilization". Someone spent a lot of time to pry the poster off the fence. It was placed directly across form the police station! This isn't the first time this has happened. Other artwork has been stolen from the wall earlier.

This story is inappropriate and should be flagged for moderation. Please choose from one of the following options:

You have indicated this comment should be removed.

Close

The comment has been submitted for review. Thank you .

Nathan Batalion says ... on Monday, Jan 18 at 10:41 PM

At the core of life is consciousness, the potentially universal relationship of connection in nature. The essence of mathematics is the abstraction of separation, why machines math-designed are made of separate parts, not consciousness, not alive.

35886659
Inappropriate? Alert Us!

Nathan Batalion says ... on Monday, Jan 18 at 10:39 PM

I have a copy I purchased from Albert. I love that poster. It expresses the essence of what has happened over the last 400 years - the radical replacement of a life-centered vision and protection of nature with the math-based view.

35886572
Inappropriate? Alert Us!

Add a comment

Name:

Comment: 250 Characters Left

WBNG and its affiliated companies are not responsible for the content of comments posted or for anything arising out of use of the above comments or other interaction among the users. We reserve the right to screen, refuse to post, remove or edit user-generated content at any time and for any or no reason in our absolute and sole discretion without prior notice, although we have no duty to do so or to monitor any Public Forum.