Evoking Emotion through Art, an interactive display on Naval Hospital Bremerton’s Quarterdeck by Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class ViJorge Potal, represents Rosa Parks and her refusal to move to the back of the bus. Each chair is occupied by a silhouette, and within each silhouette is a collage of significant events that helped change the course of history during the Civil Rights Movement. A Viewer can take part and have a seat in the unoccupied chair. The simple act of participating simulates Parks when she refused to move in 1955. The viewer is then asked to observe their immediate surroundings a

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Evoking Emotion through Art, an interactive display on Naval Hospital Bremerton’s Quarterdeck by Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class ViJorge Potal, represents Rosa Parks and her refusal to move to the back of the bus. Each chair is occupied by a silhouette, and within each silhouette is a collage of significant events that helped change the course of history during the Civil Rights Movement. A Viewer can take part and have a seat in the unoccupied chair. The simple act of participating simulates Parks when she refused to move in 1955.  The viewer is then asked to observe their immediate surroundings a Stock Photo
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Evoking Emotion through Art, an interactive display on Naval Hospital Bremerton’s Quarterdeck by Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class ViJorge Potal, represents Rosa Parks and her refusal to move to the back of the bus. Each chair is occupied by a silhouette, and within each silhouette is a collage of significant events that helped change the course of history during the Civil Rights Movement. A Viewer can take part and have a seat in the unoccupied chair. The simple act of participating simulates Parks when she refused to move in 1955. The viewer is then asked to observe their immediate surroundings a
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Evoking Emotion through Art, an interactive display on Naval Hospital Bremerton’s Quarterdeck by Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class ViJorge Potal, represents Rosa Parks and her refusal to move to the back of the bus. Each chair is occupied by a silhouette, and within each silhouette is a collage of significant events that helped change the course of history during the Civil Rights Movement. A Viewer can take part and have a seat in the unoccupied chair. The simple act of participating simulates Parks when she refused to move in 1955. The viewer is then asked to observe their immediate surroundings and the judging looks and disapproving stares. Lastly, the viewer is asked to take a closer look at the art work, noting the symbolism of each silhouette and each picture, starting from the back of the bus and gradually moving forward with the pictures, photographs and images changing from black and white to fully colored. The progression of color represents the progress made (Official Navy photo by Douglas H Stutz, NHB Public Affairs).