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Power. Control. These words pierce our society and make it bleed.           In 1975, I read Against Our Will by Susan Brownmiller and was startled by her thesis that rape is not about sex as much as … Continue reading

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>Binary Systems

>For a few days, after visiting the Berlin Wall, the Holocaust Memorial and the Sashenhausen concentration camp, I noticed the composition of my images had changed. I was dividing my photographs in half. Perhaps it was a subconscious influence of … Continue reading

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