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June 20, 2007

Member Events: Nancy Worthington exhibits “War What’s It Good For?”

Filed under: Member Events — Torrey Nommesen @ 2:29 pm

War What’s It Good For?
“War, What’s It Good For? (Absolutely Nothing)”
Mixed media Interactive Construction/Assemblage
© Nancy Worthington 2004

From her George Dubya series of artworks, Nancy Worthington exhibits her social commentary mixed-media interactive construction, “War, What’s It Good For? (Absolutely Nothing)” at Works Gallery, 451 S. 1st Street, San Jose, CA through July 21, 2007.

Glorifying and justifying war leads to the recruitment of “G.I. Joe’s.” This sculpture depicts the horrors of war. The unprovoked invasion of Iraq by the Bush administration has lead to the senseless, unnecessary and wasteful loss and destruction of the lives of our soldiers. War itself is a crime against humanity.

To see the entire George Dubya series, go to Nancy Worthington’s website at www.domjoy.com.

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