‘ i sleep here’ is a series of photographs selected for ‘invisible spaces’, a group exhibition at summerhall that showed alongside ‘visible girls revisited’

‘ i sleep here’ is a series of photographs selected for ‘invisible spaces’, a group exhibition at summerhall that showed alongside ‘visible girls revisited’

 these are photographs of traces, traces of rest, of people, that have been denied their humanity and must now rest on public property

these are photographs of traces, traces of rest, of people, that have been denied their humanity and must now rest on public property

 i have captured these traces, these objects and these people hoping that somebody else will notice that homelessness is still rampant in one of the wealthiest countries of the planet

i have captured these traces, these objects and these people hoping that somebody else will notice that homelessness is still rampant in one of the wealthiest countries of the planet

 homelessness is a dehumanizing creation of our neoliberal capitalism that has corrupted and rotted our institutions, our lives and our future. if we want to rid ourselves of homelessness capitalism must go too

homelessness is a dehumanizing creation of our neoliberal capitalism that has corrupted and rotted our institutions, our lives and our future. if we want to rid ourselves of homelessness capitalism must go too

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 ‘ i sleep here’ is a series of photographs selected for ‘invisible spaces’, a group exhibition at summerhall that showed alongside ‘visible girls revisited’
 these are photographs of traces, traces of rest, of people, that have been denied their humanity and must now rest on public property
 i have captured these traces, these objects and these people hoping that somebody else will notice that homelessness is still rampant in one of the wealthiest countries of the planet
 homelessness is a dehumanizing creation of our neoliberal capitalism that has corrupted and rotted our institutions, our lives and our future. if we want to rid ourselves of homelessness capitalism must go too
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‘ i sleep here’ is a series of photographs selected for ‘invisible spaces’, a group exhibition at summerhall that showed alongside ‘visible girls revisited’

these are photographs of traces, traces of rest, of people, that have been denied their humanity and must now rest on public property

i have captured these traces, these objects and these people hoping that somebody else will notice that homelessness is still rampant in one of the wealthiest countries of the planet

homelessness is a dehumanizing creation of our neoliberal capitalism that has corrupted and rotted our institutions, our lives and our future. if we want to rid ourselves of homelessness capitalism must go too

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