Interacting With the Past

Matthew Morrocco is an artist who has been photographing gay men in their homes and in his studio. He uses the connection between the photographer and his subject to study how identities are formed in the negotiations between family, religion, and sexual orientation. Morrocco is questioning how identity informs relationships, and, in turn, how relationships develop into community. Check out Matthew’s profile.

  • Can art unite personal and communal histories?
  • Can art highlight gaps between different generations?
  • Does art give recognition to unacknowledged social groups?

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