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Samantha Slone is a Filipina American artist whose work is most heavily concerned with global environmentalism in the context of first-world paradigms and diasporic intersectionality.

Through her current work, she researches and explores human and environmental interconnectivity through a lens of socioeconomic and consumerist systems. She utilizes a visual reference to still-lifes of the Dutch Golden Age to frame themes of consumption, capitalism, and colonization in the contemporary realm of climate and social justice.

Her work is regularly on view at Francesca Anderson Fine Art in Lexington, MA.

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