The Brown Dot Project


Latino High School Graduation Rates Growth Pattern 1993 – 2013 2016 Repurposed photograph, pigment print, archival marker, Prismacolor pencil 11 x 8.5 in. The Brown Dot Project is an elegant solution to questions about US Latino population and workforce data.  This piece tracks the growth in high school graduation rates superimposed on a portrait of a Latino youth.   Back to The Brown Dot...

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Latino AA & BA Degrees Growth Pattern 1993 – 2013 2016 repurposed photograph, pigment print, archival marker, Prismacolor pencil 11 x 8.5 in. “The Brown Dot Project” is an elegant solution to questions about Latino population and workforce data.   Back to The Brown Dot...

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Latino Women Business Owners 36% 2016 repurposed photograph, pigment print, archival marker, Prismacolor pencil 11 x 8.5 in. “The Brown Dot Project” is an elegant solution to questions about Latino population and workforce data.   Back to The Brown Dot...

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Latino Children Living in Poverty 49% 2016 repurposed photograph, pigment print, archival marker, Prismacolor pencil 11 x 8.5 in. “The Brown Dot Project” is an elegant solution to questions about Latino population and workforce data.   Back to The Brown Dot...

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The Brown Dot Project San Francisco 17.6% 2016 archival marker on gridded vellum 38 x 36 in. “The Brown Dot Project” is an elegant solution to questions about Latino population data San Francisco 17.6% * within the 36 x 36 inch area are 82,944 squares * 17.6% of San Francisco’s population is Latino * 17.6% of 82,944 squares equals 14,598 * this piece contains 14,598 brown dots representing the San Francisco Latino population...

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The Brown Dot Project New York, 27.5% 2016 archival marker on gridded vellum 36 x 36 in. “The Brown Dot Project” is an elegant solution to questions about Latino population data TBDP New York 27.5% within the 36 x 34 inch area are 82,944 squares 27.5% of New York’s population is Latino 27.5% of 82,944 squares equals 22,810 this piece contains 22,810 brown dots representing the New York Latino population Back to The Brown Dot...

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