There is no humanity without photography.
How do we bear witness to both the living and the dead? What is the power of the image? How do we preserve human dignity when hiding the faces of people who suffer? How do we make sense of emotion?
My non-textual piece is a gallery of dark and light images that represent different aspects of the human experience: human connection through body, religion, law and rights, advocacy, and revolution. The contrast between the living and the dead begs us to answer these questions above. Not only are they similar, but also different, just as light and dark contrast but complement each other.