Signed and dated, in graphite, lower right: D[illegible] 2006; numbered, in graphite, lower left margin: 19/30; titled and inscribed, in block, upper left to center: HE COULD FEEL THE DOG'S BREATH. HE WAS / AFRAID, THE DOG'S [sic] NEVER TOUCHED HIM; inscribed, in block, upper right: TOUFIQ HARI ALI / BORN 1987 APRIL 11 [horizontal orientation]; inscribed, in block, right: BOMBS FELL NEAR MY HOUSE I WAS HIT IN THE ARM MY / HAND DOES NOT WORK MY TWO COUSINS DIED- ONE'S HEAD / BLEW OFF. AFTER THE BOMBS THE PLANES LANDED AND / THEY TOOK ME TO ABU GHRAIB / WHEN THE TRANSLATOR HANDED ME THE ACCUSATION PAPER, / It WAS BLANK. I SAID "IT'S BLANK." SO THE TRANSLATOR TOOK It BACK AND WROTE DOWN THAT I HAD RESISTED / BY FIRING CANONS, I DIDN'T SAY ANYTHING / THE DOGS SURROUNDED / THEM IN A / CORNER [inscription has horizontal orientation, with left at top, right at bottom]; inscribed, in block, center to upper left: HE WAS IN A TENT WITH ONLY / CHILDREN BETWEEN15- 17 - 18 THEY PROSTED [sic] / BEING HELD FOR NO REASON A[backwards N]D THAT / IS WHEN THEY BROUGHT THE DOGS
Embossed, lower right corner: [insignia: C [symbol] [three horizontal lines stacked vertically], with arc above and below]
Watermark, lower right: BFK RIVES
FREN 7, French Graphic Novels, Annabelle Cone, Spring 2013
ENVS 80, Writing Our Way Home: The Writing That Sustains Us, Terry Tempest Williams, Spring 2013
THEA 10.1, Human Rights and Performance, Laura Edmondson, Spring 2014
THEA 10.1, COLT 34.2, Human Rights and Performance, Laura Edmondson, Fall 2014
ENGL 74.05, Word-Image Theory, Michael Chaney, Fall 2019
SART 15.01, Drawing I, Viktor Witkowski, Winter 2020
HIST 23, American History since 1980, Julie Rabig, Spring 2020
A Space for Dialogue 47, Bearing Witness, The Abu Ghraib Project by Daniel Heyman, Kristin Monahan Garcia, MALS 2005, Assistant Curator of Academic and Student Programming and John Mathias, Class of 2011, Main Lobby, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, December 5, 2008-February 1, 2009. [Exhibited in conjunction with Dartmouth College's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration and its 2009 theme, "Getting to the Mountaintop: Moving through Conflict toward Reconciliation."
Word and Image in Contemporary Art, Churchill P. Lathrop Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, March 26-August 4, 2013.
Brian P. Kennedy and Emily Shubert Burke, Modern and Contemporary Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art, Hanover: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 2009 p.188, no.206.
The artist, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; sold to the present collection, 2007.
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