The images above were created through the use of multiple exposure, both within camera and through digital editing. This Double Exposure project was inspired by the belief that images give voice to the emotional pain of COVID across the globe. While this virus does not discriminate, the number of people who are most impacted during this time are those who live within impoverished communities—dense housing projects, reliance on public transportation, low income, limited access to medical care and sick leave, employment instability, and rates of non-communicable diseases and illness.
The phoenix that may arise from the flames of inconsolable grief is an awareness of the inequality aggregation of these social and economic disparities exacerbates the adverse effects of all humanity.
COVID-19 is not a pandemic. It is a syndemic.
5 replies to “double exposure”
This is a post that will stay with me. It’s beautifully done and most thought-provoking.
Thank you Helen. It was my hope to create images that awaken awareness
You certainly succeeded.
Beautiful, Brenda. Favorites are number three to number five. Good thinking and well performed. You have succeeded in reaching us.
Thank you Leya for your supportive words. Three to five are also my favorites.
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