Photography July 6, 2011
Michael Christopher Brown‘s (YG6) striking photoessay from the war in Libya was recently featured in Burn Magazine. “Since arriving in Libya, I have tried to understand the situation. People swap facts, predictions and rumors, but the complexity of the conflict makes it impossible to fully comprehend. Once a picture is taken or a word is written it is already old news. There seems to be no way to catch up, as the database of history is filed before it is processed. And as a result I have become more confused. But I can attest to one reality, shown in these photographs. They form a loose record of my experience during the war in Libya,” said Brown.
See the entire essay here. Please note, this essay contains explicit content.