Touch, Northampton, Pennsylvania, 2017
About the artwork
I am interested in photographing black people. I’m interested in all the places this blackness exists and how it chooses (or is forced) to do so. I am interested in representation. Not the simplistic notion of being included (an optical illusion at best) but how representation can affect one’s life.
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About Sasha Phyars-Burgess
Questioning the nature of home
“I am trying to make sense of a place that is not responsible for my upbringing but is wholly responsible for my existence.”
Sasha Phyars-Burgess makes a photographic study of black people, investigating notions of home and family, especially as those concepts play out for a first-generation American...