Present Absence

Present Absence

A five-channel video installation that makes visible the lives of individuals killed by Chicago Police. These stories, generated from interviews with families and close friends, invite viewers to experience those killed not as cases or statistics or sensational media stories, but as human beings who made unique contributions to the lives of others; who are loved and missed. Present Absence uses multichannel storytelling to conjure their living presence as relational continuities rather than unitary, static entities.

Present Absence

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