Ritual Cutter (No. 1)
In the 1970s, New Orleans artist John Scott made a number of artworks symbolic of cutting across oppression, whether it took the form of cultural or other boundaries. He created "Ritual Cutter (No. 1)" in 1978.
|Courtesy of||Ogden Museum of Southern Art|
Physical rights are retained by the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. The Louisiana Endowment has included this work in 64parishes.org for the purposes of criticism, comment, teaching, scholarship, educational research, all other nonprofit educational usages under Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act.