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This series of photos explores the "gray spaces" of traditionally dichotomized concepts including race, gender, and sexuality. Using a diverse array of models, the photos depict subjects who fall outside of the binary norms while pointing to the repressive perception of these marginalized identities through the use of paint, symbolic items, tone and texture.
GNMC re-digitized all original archival material from published Volume I to improve the illustrations. Digitized all original archival material for Volumes II & III for publication. Taking hundreds of archival materials in varying degrees of condition and digitizing and improving condition, contrast, exposure, clarity, etc.
The Palestine Poster Project Archives began as an Independent Study and ultimately became my Master's thesis project. Its original goal was to provide graphic resources, specifically Palestinian and Zionist poster art, to American high school educators teaching the history of the Palestinian-Zionist conflict. It is now the largest online site for Palestinian-Zionist posters and continues to grow. It currently has more than 4,000 visitors per month.