William Moses Kunstler (1919-95): In his defense of the Chicago Seven, that group of notables charged with conspiracy to incite riots at the 1968 Democratic Convention, he garnered considerable public and judicial attention. Often lauded as a publicity seeking egoist when using the media to further client goals, when Mr. Kunstler entered the courtroom all knew that those named on the docket were only half the battle to be fought. In a system where money buys justice and those without go to jail, Bill Kunstler made certain the judicial system itself was on trial. Wm. Moses Kunstler's efforts in civil liberties law and the racial struggles of our time has earned him the distinction as perhaps the most controversial figure in modern legal history.
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A native of Baltimore, MD, N.Y.C. has been my home for more than half my life. Four plus decades my artistic acts have passed through the glass eye of fine-arts photography. Most recent series of works are from the 'EquivalencE' series, an outgrowth of 'Synergi3s of Confluence' (SynCon), a continuing series. The central subject-matter are that shared space humanity & Nature inhabit. Such juxtapositions will oft result in foretelling ways, at times they will speak to formalities of esthetics, and others a more humorous narrative is close at-hand, all-the-while the relationship between Nature/humanity is context. Visual results are never passive, as these relationships are manifest within an atmosphere of correspondence. While the SynCon works rely on: a process of repurposing the original image via: duplication, selective cropping, and seamless reuniting along a common edge, whereas the EquivalencE works rely on the singular original image. Aspirations are two-fold: an engaging work of fine-art, and a redefining of the relationship between humanity & Nature to one of partnership.