American spelled backward

“Revelation of the other world 2’’, by Toby Sisson, in her show “Toby Sisson: Nacarima,’’ at the David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University, Providence, June 7 through July 7. The gallery says the show       explores “a kind of bittersweet patriotism expressed by generations of American writers and artists of color. ‘‘    “Nacirema,” is a series of black and white prints created with pigmented beeswax, thin Japanese printmaking paper and a heated palette that acts as a printing press.    Nacirema   ("American" spelled backwards) is a term used in anthropology and sociology in relation to aspects of the behavior and society of citizens of the United States.

“Revelation of the other world 2’’, by Toby Sisson, in her show “Toby Sisson: Nacarima,’’ at the David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University, Providence, June 7 through July 7. The gallery says the show explores “a kind of bittersweet patriotism expressed by generations of American writers and artists of color. ‘‘

“Nacirema,” is a series of black and white prints created with pigmented beeswax, thin Japanese printmaking paper and a heated palette that acts as a printing press.

Nacirema ("American" spelled backwards) is a term used in anthropology and sociology in relation to aspects of the behavior and society of citizens of the United States.

The gallery says the show explores “a kind of bittersweet patriotism expressed by generations of American writers and artists of color. ‘‘

“Nacirema,” a series of black and white prints created with pigmented beeswax, thin Japanese printmaking paper and a heated palette that acts as a printing press. Nacirema  ("American" spelled backwards) is a term used in anthropology and sociology in relation to aspects of the behavior and society of citizens of the United States of America.