sum of the parts: what can be named
2010, 19:00 minutes, colour, English
sum of the parts: what can be named, is a twenty minute performed oral history that recounts the disremembered journey of the Bowen family from its earliest documented history in Clinton, Jones County, Georgia in 1815, as told by Bowen herself. Influenced by Eli Wiesel's 1989 New York Times article regarding art, the Holocaust, and the trivialization of memory, the work chronicles the lives of family members who could not speak on their own behalf by delving into the unknown, retracing what is hidden, and reclaiming histories of the lost." - Lisa Steele
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by . NOW, Mar. 24, 2010, v. 29, no. 30.