Who(se Shares?,  2017, digital print

Who(se Shares?, 2017, digital print

On exhibit in the Justice for All? show, February 1 through March 23 2017 at the Euphrat Museum of Art.

Who(se) Shares? is a collaborative piece that incorporates documentary photographs taken by students at De Anza College that visualize economic inequality in the U.S.  The shape of the image is meant to evoke the distribution of population and wealth in the U.S.  This piece is part of a larger public art and digital storytelling project I direct about economic inequality in the U.S. called 1500 Stories.  To read more about the Justice for All? exhibit, please see: 

http://www.metroactive.com/arts/Art-vs-Injustice-De-Anza-Justice-For-All-Exhibit-Art.html

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/09/de-anzas-euphrat-exhibit-brings-to-light-injustice-through-art/

http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/18/pizarro-de-anza-college-art-exhibit-takes-on-social-justice-issues/

http://lavozdeanza.com/showcase/2017/02/23/euphrat-museum-offers-a-dark-artistic-perspective-of-american-history-politics-and-culture/