We live in a war zone.
Taken from a much longer conversation I had last week with a friend about the situation in her neighborhood. During the past months of quarantine, her beloved barrio has been overtaken by police searching for the malandros who run the area. Grenades, checkpoints, mass arrests and intimidation are part of daily life for now.
It comes in waves, but never really goes away, she said - reflecting on her experiences living there as a young kid and now a working mother.
Double exposure experiment inspired by this talk.
#CuentosDeCuarantena format is inspired by many artists who are creating in different ways during this time. big thanks to my friends and loved ones who are opening up + sharing their stories and perspectives, allowing me to make a visual representation... collaboration in quarantine.