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The deliberate choice of Persian lamb fur in a beckoning geometric unnatural shape as the canvas, creates a sensorial experience that demands tactile engagement. The sensual softness of the fur conceals and reveals, as it serves as a metaphorical curtain, shrouding the underlying tensions of racism and homophobia, which often mask themselves in veils of false virtue and innocence. 

The visage of a black man, adorned with a regal crown of leaves and berries, emerges as a central figure. His eyes, veiled beneath the gentle caress of his own hand, invite contemplation. The juxtaposition of this enigmatic portrayal with the flanking images, capturing the innocent white toddler girl with a devoted gaze, draws the viewer into a dialogue that transcends the superficial boundaries of race, innocence, and sensuality.

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