Collaborators: Keita Whitten and Caleb Mulkerin
Visual Tensions is a collaborative photographic project and community dialogue that pairs people of color with members of law enforcement. African American photographer Sean Alonzo Harris will create portraits as a means to confront and question cultural and racial assumptions, stereotypes and fears. The subjects of each portrait will be positioned to literally face each other, creating a heightened moment of recognition and tension. The project will provide a platform to: examine the relationship between people of color and law enforcement, publicly address injustice and implicit bias, and begin the necessary work of undoing racism and collective healing.
*This project was completed differently than proposed.