Spiritual and Religious Diversity Project: A Photo-Ethnographic Study of Private Shrines & Altars The hidden expressions of spiritual and religious practices in people’s private lives has always fascinated me. The unique way each person performs their own beliefs and faith points toward a wide-ranging diversity of spiritual and religious performances. The location, or specific site for these private spiritual practices can be found at a personal altar or shrine, comprised of a collection of sacred and meaningful objects. This photography project focuses on the intimate connections that a diverse range of people have with site-specific places and objects that serve...
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