Christina Oyawale: Careworn & Coil

Let’s reevaluate our perceptions of private versus public life. I want you to understand that it’s not pretty, it’s raw, and it’s ugly. In the words of Mia Mingus, I would rather be “ugly—magnificently ugly” than “beautiful,” because I am flawed and sometimes need the space to remember that. I move on crip time, as…

Kayla Ward: Shrieking Sisterhood

Shrieking Sisterhood is a series of photographs that confront the historical fallacies of female hysteria. Consisting of object studies, trail cam imagery, and landscapes, this series uses techniques pulled from documentary photography as a way to explore the relationship between truth and image. Constructed faux documents loosely spread within the book aim to examine the…