Scale, 2016

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Jews in a Field of Crosses, 2018

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Balancing Lemons, 2018

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Grandma's Bathroom, 2016

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Passover (Home Ritual), 2018

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Angry, 2015

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Down the Shore, 2017

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Misplaced Couch, 2015

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Closet, 2017

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Thanksgiving, 2016

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Getting Dark, 2016

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Bedroom Solace, 2017 

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In Her Childhood Home While Her Mother Lay Dying, 2017

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Getting Yourself Together, 2018

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Indoor Voices

Indoor Voices is an ongoing photo series documenting the relationship between my mother and me. The work is a collaborative discourse that discusses intergenerational womanhood, through the exploration of familial and female oriented complexities. Since its conception in 2015, explorations of body, vulnerability, uncertainty, and responsibility are explored in these works in an effort to photograph a comprehensive scope of intimacy, creating a testimony to our relationship and making our experiences as Jewish women visible.


Through this work we navigate our perception of ourselves and the life that happens outside of the frame as we age and solidify our identities as mothers, as daughters, as women responsible for themselves. It is impossible to make work about female and Jewish life without also thinking about the historic societal dismissal and lack of representation of these viewpoints, and utilizing that erasure as a driving motive to make the work. Through these portraits, we are making our existence visible and giving ourselves a platform through which we can vocalize our experiences. With this work, we are building a testimony to the mundane, to the transformative, to our lives.

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