the library of unfair things

proposes a new way to talk about hard things

It creates an atemporal environment that frees
the viewer from the narratives and languages
prevalent today.
you are here, Sandtown merges an individual’s story with the Baltimore neighborhood statistics

The weight of flipping through a large book mimics the weight of the layered barriers experienced when growing up
in Sandtown.
this is a sad story begins with a story of
the Syrian war.
And lets the viewer unfold the heavier information themselves.  
The book is an accordian-fold structure, with three layers: 

  1. the story,  

  2. a timeline of significant events of the war, and 

  3. a timeline of the death toll, refugees, and
    internally displaced people.

the known dead brings meaning back into the death toll numbers
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