I bought Barbara Pry.
Or at least a substantial portion of her life in photographs for $34, collected in a ziplock bag, sitting in an antique store in Ohio. With the very little information that was included I was able to do my own research about Barbara (who I found out had died in 2011.)
Since purchasing what felt like paper remains of this woman I have begun to find ways of exploring our connections and narrating who I imagine Barbara to be. How our relationship to the region of Ohio, being a female in the Midwest, and other overlapping material has begun to unfold.
This is a visual story of Barbara Pry and I.