The traveling exhibit Humanae – which explores human identity and race through a series of self-portraits from around the world – will be on display at The Health Museum. The photographic taxonomy by Brazilian artist and internationally renowned TED Talk speaker Angelica Dass challenges visitors to rethink how they see race and think about skin color through a series of photos that label human subjects with their corresponding color in the industrial palette, Pantone. Humanae is a work in progress with more than 3,000 people in 13 countries photographed and catalogued by Dass as part of this exhibit.
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