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Book Report #4

Books discussed: ‘The Women’s Mobile Museum,’ ‘Somewhere Along the Line,’ and ‘Dhaka.’

Tessa Berring

I’m tired of threading objects onto thin flexible wire. Metaphors bore me and I know I’ve changed the subject.

Odette England

Originally trained as a painter, England seeks to reassert photography’s physicality.

Eduardo L Rivera

Influenced by the pleasures and terrors of home life in the American Southwest, I make collaborative photographs with my mother.

M L Casteel

American Interiors depicts the psychological repercussions of war and military service through images of the interiors of cars owned by veterans.

Zoë Charlton

Charlton shifts our perspective to examine ideas around the private spaces of domesticity as it relates to the history of race, power, and gender.

The Mask is the Meaning

“Under this mask, another mask; I will never finish removing all these faces.”

Eduardo Rivera

She’d always been there, occupying the same room.

Boyer + Factor

The subject roams the parameters of her habitat, pushing against the surfaces.

Rachael Banks

When I look at my grandmother, I find myself frightened by our likeness.

Shane Lavalette

I’m gonna write me some music about Daybreak in Alabama