Outterbridge, also an influential (and “magical”) arts administrator and educator, was a master of the assemblage, using the sculptures to tell stories about history and culture. “In castoffs there are profound treasures. … That’s what soul food is about. Chitterlings and pig feet are all about the notion that, as a people, we’ve taken the scraps, the castoffs, and made them into something so tasty that one can’t help but suck right down to the bones.” – The New York Times

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