By W. Ellenberger, H. Baum, H. Dittrich, Lewis S. Brown
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Oil and the Geese. Caribou Tracks on Wetland III. � Subhankar Banerjee, 2006. FOR THE LAST DECADE OR SO, I have led a dual life. One part of me has been a photographer and the other part an independent environmental humanities scholar, so research is fundamental to many of the things that I do. I think of photography and research in very specific ways, but for me they are inseparable. One of the key components of my research process is the literature review (books, journals and online resources).
I think I wouldn’t have been able to make the work without learning from them. They are African Americans who had all been politically active in the 1950s and 1960s and are now very old. They tell the story of some of the issues of the period of the Watts Rebellion in Los Angeles in 1965 and around civil rights at that time and afterwards. Each of them had a different perspective on it and told me very different things. From that the interviews became a choreographed version, a soundtrack that went with the photographs.
I’ve always had a battle between what I know and what I feel and they tell me different things, which can be difficult. Interview by Shirley Read Note 1 Noah Purifoy (1917–2004) was born in Alabama and spent most of his life in California. He was founding director of the Watts Towers Art Center. He was a sculptor who worked with found objects and saw art as a tool for social change. He lived in the Mojave Desert for the last years of his life where he created 10 acres of architectural sculptures, which is described as ‘one of California’s great art historical wonders’.