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Ashaar Ahmed, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Sarah Jewell, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Anders Hillgard, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Daniel Zhang, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Derek Wozniak, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Dylan Lu, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Taya Petrovska, Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School
Houzayfa Zene, Shoot for Peace
Kaelyn Hart, Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School
Madelyn Bockus-Murphy, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts
Briar Tawse-Smith, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts
Ayanna Allen, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts

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  • “because two bodies, entwined, leap over time, they are invulnerable, nothing can touch them, they return to the source, there is no you, no I, no tomorrow, no yesterday, no names, the truth of two in a single body, oh total being...” -Octavio Paz, Piedra De Sol, 1957
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Image: Split, 20”x24”, archival pigment print, 2018
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This is Eduardo L Rivera taking over the Magenta Foundation’s Instagram for the week. I have been photographing my family in Arizona for the last 10 years and have been influenced by notions of intimacy, the body, the archive, and displacement all in relation to the U.S. - Mexico border. @eduardolrivera_
  • “photographs are a way of imprisoning reality...one can’t possess reality, one can possess images - one can’t possess the present but one can possess the past”- Susan Sontag “On Photography”, 1973
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Images: Mom & Jim, 20”x24”, archival pigment print, 2016. Victor, 4”x6” unique Polaroid, water damage from a Monsoon storm, 1972
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This is Eduardo L Rivera taking over the Magenta Foundation’s Instagram for the week. I have been photographing my family in Arizona for the last 10 years and have been influenced by notions of intimacy, the body, the archive, and displacement all in relation to the U.S. - Mexico border. @eduardolrivera_
  • “the struggle is inner: Chicano, indio, American Indian, mojado, Mexicano, immigrant Latino, Anglo in Power, working class Anglo, Black, Asian — our psyches resemble the border towns and are populated by the same people. The struggle has always been inner, and is played in the outer terrains. Awareness of our situations must come from inner changes, which in turn come before changes in society. Nothing happens in the “real world” unless it first happens in the images in our heads” - Gloria Anzaldúa, Towards a New Consciousness, La Frontera, 1987
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Images: “Over Dry Lands”, 40”x50”, archival pigment print, 2019. “Upside”, 30”x38”, archival pigment print, 2019.
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This is Eduardo L Rivera taking over the Magenta Foundation’s Instagram for the week. I have been photographing my family in Arizona for the last 10 years and have been influenced by notions of intimacy, the body, the archive, and displacement all in relation to the U.S. - Mexico border. @eduardolrivera_