As I interact with people marginalized by this country, I need to express visually, as a demonstrator and an artist, how they are invisible and being denied basic human rights. In these photographs of “Occupy Charlotte” I use blur and movement to explore the pathos and indeterminacy of the situation. (Photograph by Annabel Manning)
This photograph is part of the first public exhibition of works by students in Duke’s MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts (MFAEDA) program. Occupations will be on view from February 17-March 15 in the Corridor Gallery of the East Duke building on Duke’s East Campus.