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.
All the tensions, joys, ups and downs that go with the territory of being in a family—and finding love for a child born with Down syndrome.
A fictional story of three women in one Latin American home (each played by the same woman) reveals the conflicst of vanity, race and class in society.won Second Prize for this work in the Portfolio Category of the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2011.
"If I had been born one hundred or two hundred years ago, I might have been a sculptor, but photography is a very quick way to see, to make a sculpture."
— Robert Mapplethorpe.
Two amazing retrospectives that explored the breadth and depth of this master's work.