Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration
I began what would become Marking Time by displaying photos of incarcerated relatives around my apartment, partly as an attempt to work through my own discomfort with the pictures of them in prison, and to bring their presence into my daily life.
April 28, 2020
Sugar Land’s Bitter History
In the 1980s, Reginald Moore worked as a prison guard at the Jester State Prison Farm in Texas. The image of the black inmates working under a white overseer on the prison farms would haunt Moore, who is black himself, long after he retired, in 2003.
June 4, 2019