Once your parents pass away, you realize you’re next in line. My father was diagnosed with terminal cancer at the tender age of 64. Blood Line investigates how his inescapable disease and death affected not only our lives but also communication and identity. I saw my father’s pain and felt my own. My subjects are my daughters, my flesh and blood, his descendants. They are actors. He experienced, I processed, they embody.
Publisher: +Kris Graves Projects