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John Bankston, Watching Hands featured artist

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Uploaded on Sep 14, 2011

David J. Sencer CDC Museum, Georgia-Pacific Professional & CDC Foundation Present Watching Hands: Artists Respond to Keeping Well. John Bankston, a self-declared storyteller and visual novelist based in San Francisco, uses the visual structures of children's coloring books to create fantastical stories exploring personal identities and inner worlds. In "Magic Handwashing," Bankston's protagonist, Donkey Boy, finds himself in a dilemma when his hands are turned into claws after immersing them into a glowing puddle. Only through the help of many fantastical friends does Donkey Boy restore his hands when he learns how to wash them properly.


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