The exhibit is curated by art history students and is on display in the Fisher Museum.
The exhibit, which opened at the USC Fisher Museum earlier this month, is a thought-provoking display of the power of language.
USC students and professors analyzed how the intended meaning of art pieces can change over time and through different viewers.
“A Complex Weave: Women and Identity in Contemporary Art” focuses on topics such as ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation.
Fischer Museum showcases pieces from K to 5 students in the USC Family of Schools.
The USC Fisher Museum of Art displays a powerful exhibition that features photographs addressing black history and themes.