By Ginger Burrell
Morgan Hill, California: Midnight Moon Press, 2017. Second Printing Edition of 20.
8.75 x 11.5"; 23 leaves + front flyleaf. Printed on white vellum and Epson Premium Presentation paper with laser toner and archival inkjet. The font is Consolas. Bound in quarter cloth hard cover with screw post binding. Presented in a white sheet case. Signed and numbered by the artist. The photograph "White Supremacists March with Torches in Charlottesville" is used with permission and by licensing agreement of Getting Images/Anadolu Agency.
Ginger Burrell: "Un[Hood]ed examines the alarming audacity demonstrated by white supremacists in the United States. Once hidden under homemade white robes, today's alt-right members feel emboldened, empowered, and unafraid of the consequences of their racism. They no longer feel that they have to hide their identities.
"Un[Hood]ed looks at the direct and indirect messages from President Donald Trump to white nationalists. While he frequently claims ignorance of such a movement, his behavior and language tell another story.
"Un[Hood]ed documents Donald Trump's actions and own words from 1973, when his firm was charged with housing discrimination, to his administration's dismissal of the 2017 mosque bombing; a pattern that leads to the Charlottesville Riots. It documents Donald Trump's encouragement of aggression and downright violence towards anyone who isn't part of the 'right' side and his sympathy for people who 'love their country' so much that they have to hurt others."