“Painting and performance are both integral to my practice, I mostly react to sounds, either noises I create or good music. I create as a way to process philosophy and to conduct research into ways of being,” said Williams.
This demonstration, and the coverage of it, has the power to catapult messages that people have been voicing for years: that experiences of race and gender are inextricable from each other, the urgency of the relationship between affordable health care and immigrant rights, the fact that environmental issues often disproportionately affect women and children — that "Women’s Rights are Human Rights," to quote Hillary Clinton.
It’s critical that children get their hands on these pieces of literature. It’s critical that people are uncomfortable reading “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” and it is critical that people think that “The Scarlet Letter” is obscene.