Rahshia Sawyer 2020

Rahshia Sawyer is a creative professional based in the Washington DC area.

 

She teaches undergraduate and graduate students the nuances of photography at George Mason University.  The Head of Privacy and Data Ethics Design at Capital Onee, she focuses on the intersection of humanity and data privacy. As an internationally recognized photographer, she is active in the art world, presenting her work on resilience, where she examines the balanced (or imbalanced) relationship between beauty and chaos.

Series:

Inflected Forms

Year:

2012

About This Project

Experiences happen in a blink of an eye, yet the feeling of what happened persists; acting as an undercurrent, feeding this perceived reality. The two are more than connected; they are dependent – one cannot exist without the other. The perception and reality are dependent. The reality, on the left, shows the floating figure draped in a cloth. On the right, an image four times the length of its pair implies the perceived recognition of the other. The imbalance of the diptych, the right is longer than the left, suggests the persistence of viewpoint and importance.

Prints available in:
Archival inkjet prints 30” x 80” Limited edition of 5
Archival inkjet prints 15” x 30” Limited edition of 15