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Portfolio: Angry Bird Builds a Bridge Text by Dee Axelrod, Photographs by Sarah van Gelder

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  Portfolio / Angry Bird Builds a Bridge / Dee Axelrod and Sarah van Gelder / www.RevolutionWhereYouLive.org

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Angry Bird Builds a Bridge by Sarah van Gelder

Angry Bird Builds a Bridge Text by Dee Axelrod Photographs by Sarah van Gelder I met Angry Bird during my second stay at Oceti Sakowin camp, located near the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe reservation in Cannonball, North Dakota. The camp,

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Scheduled Implosions by Hannah Smith Allen

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For the past decade, I have created artwork about war. Whether I photograph an American Revolutionary War site or contemplate how photography mediates my understanding, as an American civilian, of recent events in Iraq and Afghanistan, I consider how images

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Linha Vermelha (Red Line) by Inês Bonduki

Over the past two or three years I have moved an uncountable number of times through the Red Line of São Paulo’s subway, which connects the center with the east side of the city. By moving forward and backward during

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Monitored or Recorded by Luna Galassini

  For the past five years I’ve worked as a freelance transcriber: I download audio files onto my laptop and then type what I hear. I know the name of the client and the broad category that the audio might

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And Everything Else, by HA! (Home Affairs)

  Statement: The idea of the maternal as a historically and socially constructed process is a relatively recent theme in feminist art and thought, emerging in politically engaged work in the 1960s and ’70s. In the United States, this topic

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Places, by elementWo

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Statement: A terrorist organization has become a state. A very particular one, with borders defined by an invisible conflict and with a heterogeneous population, Western and Eastern at the same time. This is ISIS, the mysterious Islamic State of Iraq

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Bad Selections by Andre Bradley

    Statement: Malcolm X was assassinated on February 21, 1965. He was shot by Thomas Hagan, a twenty-two-year-old black man, seven days before my mother was born. Alex Haley and Malcolm X’s The Autobiography of Malcolm X was published the same year, and

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Peepholes, Puppets, and Collage by Laurie O’Brien and Doug Harvey

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Statement: For this project, I am interested in our world, which is becoming both increasingly more connected and more distant. Since September of 2014, I worked with photographs from the Soibelman Syndicate News Agency Archive at Visual Studies Workshop to create collages that displace

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