LAMB, ANTHONY JAMARI THOMAS
LAMB explores obsessions with our current political climate’s representation of the migrant body. It is an examination of sacrifice, profiling those who continue to live their ancestral history through experiences and chronicles of migration.
Over the years, I have seen loved and known ones, as well as those new in connection express how much their families have surrendered, to lend hope to their present and forge a future. Interestingly, these conversations led to an exploration into the role of martyrdom in my own narrative.
This publication is dedicated to anyone who has left their home out of curiosity about the world, or pursuing spiritual discovery but perhaps even more so, to those who are displaced and forced to seek refuge: barred from having a place to call home.
- 5.6” x 7.9” / 68 pages / 29 photographs + text
- Softcover / BW Digital printing / tip-in cover image / red foil on back
- Japanese stab binding / fold out cover
- Text by Anthony Jamari Thomas
- ISBN: 978-1-7322746-8-6
- First edition of 100
- Printed in the United States
***Each book is hand-bound in Philadelphia, PA***
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