"We illustrate the indebtedness of our center to both St. Thomas Aquinas and Blessed John Newman in the stained glass window above the high altar. It’s the largest stained glass window installed in a Catholic Church in 100 years. It was built in Munich by
Visual Rhetoric theory “ An image/word that can interpret one’s view or perspective of a topical issue. Within this graphic, the integration of forks and knives used as chopsticks displays the concept.
This image depicts a strong and powerful message of sexual abuse. The black and white colours portray a dark and sad message, and the huge confronting hand against the small legs illustrates the dominance of sexual predators.
The poster comments on the subject (racism) in a non-direct way, trying to invoke the reader visually into the inevitable conclusion. It has multiple reads, that provoke critical thinking and raise awareness on the subject and its results globally.