Interview with Peace Bound: Portraits for Non-Violence

Woman Made Gallery interviewed Emma Redden and Jeffrey From about their project “Peace Bound”, in which they underwent a six-week, 10,000 mile road trip through the US asking people they encountered, “Why is it important to support victims of domestic violence?”. It’s an incredible project and interview. Check it out! You can see more of their project here.

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Emma Redden and Jeffrey From are two artistic juniors at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY who have just recently concluded a six-week, 10,000 mile road trip across the United States, asking people one question: “Why is it important to support victims of domestic violence?” The two received the Davis Foundation’s “100 Projects for Peace” grant to implement their project, which involved collecting photographs and statements from members of the public as well as employees from a variety of domestic violence service centers. Their blog is an online collection of the portraits they’ve gathered along the way, which they plan to publish in a book along with excerpts from selected interviews. They hope that the book will become an artistic source of support, solidarity, and strength for individuals whose lives have been affected by domestic violence in any respect, and perhaps encourage others to recognize and end cycles of…

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