Stranded in America

Amy Stein drove around the country taking pictures of people stranded on the side of the road. She explains why she wasted so much gas:

Beginning with the government’s failed response to the flooding of New Orleans in 2005, the American people suffered through a series of devastating corruptions of their traditional structures of support. Stranded is a meditation on the despondence of the American psyche, as this collapse of certainty left the country stuck in an unfamiliar space between distress and relief.

Reasonable enough. The pictures are exotically familiar. More here.

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