Every year, the Office of Postdoctoral Services hosts a Postdoctoral Research Symposium, which is both an opportunity for the many postdocs at Georgia Tech to showcase their research, and a contest for travel funding awards. In 2016, the event was held on September 22. It was split into two different kinds of sessions: presentations and posters. I was selected to participate in part of the poster session, by first foray into this model of research sharing. My poster, entitled "From Float to Flicker: The Informatics of Colorblind Racism in Glenn Ligon's "I AM A Man" Image Series" and pictured below, is taken from an article I am currently revising for resubmission to Criticism. As well, a longer version of the article informs the fourth chapter of my book. Although this was not my year to win the travel funding award, it was an excellent opportunity for me to practice 1) representing my research to different (STEM!) audiences; 2) representing my research visually in a static poster.