IT KNOWS NO FACE
It Knows No Face presents an extensive series of large scale intimate black and white portraits of suicide survivors - individuals that lost a loved one to suicide or are personally dealing with suicidal thoughts and or attempts. The exhibit includes corresponding raw, heartfelt stories from each person talking candidly about suicide and the impact it has on their lives. In addition, It Knows No Face includes a powerful series of short films featuring subjects talking openly, truthfully and unbridaled about the topic of suicide.
It Knows No Face was championed to become a strong, much needed 'voice' for the deliberately silenced or the preferably unheard - people that are directly dealing with suicide. This very important project and movement's mission is to become a powerful tool to create measurable, positive change regarding mental illness and suicide. It Knows No Face is truly unlike anything previously produced on the topic of suicide. As the title denotes, It Knows No Face will clearly relay the fact that suicide crosses all demographics - age, ethnicity, race, gender, socioeconomic status, etc.
It Knows No Face has been exhibited at the Springfield National Airport, Missouri State University, Bolt Gallery of Art in Fort Collins, Colorado, Monarch Art Factory and other venues