This video is taken at the Chicago Cultural Center. During December, the exhibit at the Chicago Cultural Center was on Art, Commerce, and the Politics of Race / African American artists in Chicago. The exhibit featured art from African American artists and several revolutionary exhibit pieces by African American designers. Many of these pieces are technological and artistic advancements of revolution such as sewing machines and toasters. This meets a few conditions of revolution of which there is a need for revolution, a break from stated conformity, builds on the continuation of technological advancement, and involves two parties (one of the advancement, the other of the old generation of stated object). There is a greater power dynamic at play here as African American designers push back on their expected conformity in society to become innovators and great designers. See some of the revolutionary work they made at the end of this video.