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'We, as a people, still exist' -- artist illuminates Native American history with family photos | PBS NewsHour

10.1.17

'We, as a people, still exist' -- artist illuminates Native American history with family photos | PBS NewsHour: “I think that because we don’t have reservation land, we’re kind of a splintered group. There’s been a lot of contention. And I really think it’s because there is no central place to have ceremony. There’s no central place to remember. There’s no central place to bury our dead,” Dorame said.

Shortly after she received those family photos, Dorame began to project those images onto different locations in her apartment and then photograph each composition. The result is “Living Proof,” a series of photos that brings her family’s history directly into her present-day environment.


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