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Collective Identities

Collective Identities is a multi-element art project that documents Lindsey Frazier’s seven-month process of building collaborative relationships with homeless individuals in the New York City area. Frazier negotiates her role in these relationships as observer, advocate, confidant, and collaborator with the aim to create a multi-layered life study of homeless people. The project includes one zine collaboration, one lithographic print collaboration, two photography portfolios, and one video piece.

Collective Identities video loop
video loop projection, 7 minutes

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video still portrait of Derek, 8x15 digital print

video still portrait of Isaac, 8x15 digital print

video still portrait of Isaac, 8x15 digital print

video still portrait of Smiley, 8x15 digital print

video still of anonymous 1, 8x15 digital print

video still of anonymous 2, 8x15 digital print

video still of anonymous 3, 8x15 digital print

video still of anonymous, 8x15 digital print

'Love' 4-color litho print, 15x20 inch
design by Isaac Adams, print by Lindsey Frazier

'Dog Love' screen print totebag, 11x14 inch
design by Isaac Adams, print by Lindsey Frazier

'Abandoned Homeless Site' copper plate etching, 5x7 inch
print by Lindsey Frazier

'The Streets Need Me' sample covers
photography by Euphoria Jones, produced by Lindsey Frazier, designed by Jones and Frazier

'The Streets Need Me' cover page
photography by Euphoria Jones, produced by Lindsey Frazier, designed by Jones and Frazier

'The Streets Need Me' page layout
photography by Euphoria Jones, produced by Lindsey Frazier, designed by Jones and Frazier

'The Streets Need Me' page preview
photography by Euphoria Jones, produced by Lindsey Frazier, designed by Jones and Frazier

'Collective Identities' show installation

'Collective Identities' show installation