Often a show is performed by a whole family – sometimes three generations of actors take part in a single performance. The plays are staged outdoors in different parts of the village. The audience follows the actors as they move along with their stage. In the end, the actors and the spectators join together for a feast.
Facing oppression since the 16th century, Mennonite communities in Russia, Germany, and Canada tell their stories through this series of thoughtful portraits.
Urban dwellers appear as glowing blurry ghosts, floating against sharp backdrops of urban alienation in this photo exploration of identity and place.
"As within, so without"—these two series, though completely unlike in subject matter, are joined by their attempt to illuminate the ineffable, to dissolve the barriers between what we see with our eyes and what lies beneath, beyond.
Haunting, graphically arresting, truly surreal—in the artist's own words, "Photography is a mundane poison that has haunted my life."