Triptych: The GALLEYS of SOULS by OTGO 2013–2021 acryl on canvas 215 x 1000 cm
Triptych: Galleys of Souls by OTGO 2013-2021 acryl on canvas 215x300cm 215x400cm and 215x300cm
The Galleys of Souls – 1 by OTGO 215x300cm
































Galleys of Souls by OTGO
Galley of Souls



A galley slave

is a slave rowing in a galley, either a convicted criminal sentenced to work at the oar (French: galérien), or a kind of human chattel, often a prisoner of war, assigned to his duty of rowing: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galley_slave








Triptych: Galleys of Souls by OTGO 2013-2021 acryl on canvas 215x300cm 215x400cm and 215x300cm
The Galleys of Souls – 2 by OTGO 215x400cm




"Galleys of Souls" is a memorial on human trafficking and slavery.
Now every: Black Lives Matter!!!
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Galleys of Souls by OTGO
Galley of Souls



Slavery

and enslavement are both the state and the condition of being a slave, who is someone forbidden to quit their service for another person and is treated like property. Slavery relies heavily on the enslaved person being intimidated either by the threat of violence or some other method of abuse. In chattel slavery, the enslaved person is legally rendered the personal property (chattel) of the slave owner. In economics, the term de facto slavery describes the conditions of unfree labour and forced labour that most slaves endure. In the course of human history, slavery was often a feature of civilisation and legal in most societies, but is now outlawed in all countries of the world, except as punishment for crime. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slavery









Triptych: Galleys of Souls by OTGO 2013-2021 acryl on canvas 215x300cm 215x400cm and 215x300cm
The Galleys of Souls – 3 by OTGO 215x300cm
































Galleys of Souls by OTGO
Galley of Souls



Slave ships

were large cargo ships specially built or converted from the 17th to the 19th century for transporting slaves. Such ships were also known as "Guineamen" because the trade involved human trafficking to and from the Guinea coast in West Africa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slave_ship

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