Sarah Small

I am fascinated — endlessly — by indeterminable interaction; cross generational, multi-emotional, elusive, investigative, explorable. This is a photograph of my mother and I. We were in my parent's bedroom in Washington D.C., my 10-year old sister, Rachel, took the photo, I had set it up. I don't understand the context and I love it because of this. This next picture is one I took last weekend — 18 years later — and somehow, these images reference each other. We all ask the same questions over and over. Life is peculiar, patterned, continuous...

featured in romka # 6, 2011