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At the corner of Jacob and Lewis streets in Charleston, West Virginia, stands a metaphorical mural. It’s made up of thousands of tiny, colorful squares that come together to depict the complexity and multidimensionality of power.

The mural stretches out to almost the end of the street, and it is almost too much to take in at one time. It takes a couple of minutes of walking to get to the end in order to get the full picture. The changes in color make the viewer want to go along the wall to see the other end, as if the artwork itself possessed some kind of influence to make the observer move.


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