During the conflict in Darfur, Sudan, displaced persons living in refugee camps risked attack—possible death for men, rape for women—if they left the camp to gather scarce, needed resources, such as wood.   Individuals and families whose homes and villages had been pillaged and razed by Janjaweed militia supported by the northern Khartoum regime suffered further humiliation and brutalization.  Violent conflict has continued since Sudan’s formal division into South Sudan, which holds rich oil resources, and Sudan, which lies north of it and houses the pipeline through which the South’s oil is transported for export and on which both depend.  The future of those displaced during the genocide in Darfur and more current conflict remains precarious.

For Darfur, for Sudan

For Darfur, for Sudan

pigment print wallpaper

detail, For Darfur, for Sudan

detail, For Darfur, for Sudan

pigment print wallpaper

installation view, For Darfur, for Sudan

installation view, For Darfur, for Sudan

pigment print wallpaper