FACELESS is a photography art installation that provides a platform for 20 women to intimately and vulnerably share their sexual assault in an anonymous setting.
Rape is not a singular physical attack but an assault on all dimensions of a person’s wellness. Sexual assault causes repercussions that become a permanent fixture in the survivor’s life. This project directly documents the repercussions, allowing the viewer to glimpse the rawness of the actual incident, aftermath, shame, blame, support system or lack thereof, and current daily life of the survivors.
My hope is for this project to ignite an open dialogue and bring awareness to an upsetting issue that it too often ignored or met with skepticism.