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INSTALLATIONS
Mississippi is America

Witness to Dissent

Sandy Ground

Re(Union)

Passages

100 Americans

Hope

ARTIST'S BOOKS
Reading Dick & Jane with Me

What's Happening with Momma?

Hiroshima, Hopes & Dreams


Voyage(r)

Wrongly Bodied Two

It Wasn't Little Rock

Wrongly Bodied: Documenting Transition from Female to Male

SERIES
The Masculinity Project

Reframing the Past

Reading Dick & Jane

Suburban Atlanta


Jake in Transition

Sunflowers

PRINTS, ETC.
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The Suburban Atlanta series was published in A New Life: Stories and Photographs from the Suburban South, edited by Alex Harris with Alice Rose George. The images, texts, and excerpts from interviews, portray Atlanta as it was lived by people that Sligh met in 1996. In this series, the artist investigates the tensions between the fantasy and the reality of the Southern experience as experienced by people of color. She also explores the differences between individual freedom and social convention. A New Life is a book published by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University in association with W.W. Norton & Company.

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE:
Amaki, Amalia K. ed. A Century of African American Art: The Paul R. Jones Collection, The University Museum, University of Delaware and Rutgers University Press, 2004, pp. 62-63, 128

BOOKS INCLUDED IN:
Harris, Alex and Alice Rose George. A New Life: Stories and Photographs from the Suburban South, W. W. Norton, 1997, New York and London, pp. 117-124.

Cottman, Michael H. and Deborah Willis, eds. The Family of Black America. Crown Paperbacks, 1996, New York. pp. 158-163

 

Suburban Atlanta