The images of Sandi Haber Fifield are composites taken from the artist’s archives. They represent moments from life that are personal yet universal. The faces of her subjects are often turned away from the camera, or hidden by hats or panes of glass. This allows viewers to project themselves into the scene and imagine the lives they have lived.
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