IRA LIPPKE | Autobiographs
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As a child, my family lived in the forests of Colorado and Washington in a yellow step van named Blossom, a cluster of tents, and a converted school bus. We have only a handful of photographs from my childhood; so many of our experiences are only preserved in the fluidity of memory. This series of Autobiographs is an ongoing project that revisits and reimagines the formative events of my life in order to explore the boundaries of memory and to continue the tradition of ancestral lore.

 

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