Eclipsed is a two-part video comprised of found, archival, and family photos. The piece examines a 5-hour span of time in which the artist’s father and grandfather photographed the total lunar eclipse of June 1964, an event that occurred during the first tragic and difficult week of Freedom Summer in Mississippi.

Part I: Looking for those who most resemble someone we now know.
2016
HD Video
Running time: 2:10

Part I: Looking for those who most resemble someone we now know begins with an exploration of personal and public memory through found family photographs.
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