Drivers (a portrait of America)

80”x150” | matte board, chalk, archival color prints, ribbon | 2013

This piece was produced over a ten period (2003-12), during which I traveled by hitch-hiking around the United States and collecting images and stories that communicate the Road as a complex and penetrating component of American culture. The subjects of this documentation include the impact on family structure among truck drivers, religious evangelism, animal death, and human alienation mapping the relationships between travel, freedom, and attachment to create a representation of American culture through the random and incubated access provided by hitch-hiking. 

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