A photo shows Daniella Echeverría's mural "Silence Is Violence," painted on plywood boards covering broken windows at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. Above the boards, a few inches of the windows are still visible, and above that part of the white brick facade of the building. The mural consists of two skulls, one surrounded by green plants and one surrounded by red and orange plants. In between the two skulls, the words "SILENCE IS VIOLENCE" are written in large capital letters.

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