In history and the news a significant portion of the population is left in the shadows, eclipsed by world-changing events and sensational headlines. Snapping pictures in her hometown of Inglewood, California, photographer Dannielle Bowman set out to capture the ordinary, the overlooked, and the forgotten. The resulting photographs—of dilapidated houses, fraying carpets, and shifting earth—tell stories about place, perception, and memory. —E.C.
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