“Photographs are relics of the past, traces of what has happened. If the living take that past upon themselves, if the past becomes an integral part of the process of people making their own history, then all photographs would acquire a living context, they would continue to exist in time, instead of being arrested moments.” John Berger, About Looking as referenced in “Picturing Us” by Deborah Willis

During Gallery Hours, when I could be there, I documented all of the Black people who came to visit as a marker of existence on my Macbook Photobooth.