Cracker Politics, The Limits of Colonial Knowledge
Excerpts from 2014 - 2018

A selection of photographs from an ongoing project that looks at the historical fault lines that bisect Florida. As a first generation American born to Jewish parents from different hemispheres, this project was an earnest and at times blind attempt to establish some semblance of what it means to belong in a place.

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Memories Lounge, North Sarasota, Florida

Historical Society, Hawthorne, Florida

Hitchock's Grocery, Hawthorne, Florida

Cantley's Outpost near Rochelle, Florida

Michael near Hawthorne, Florida

Atlas 2, Salus Populi, Lex Suprema

The Browne-Stallings Home near Little Orange Lake, Florida

Sign near Magnesia Springs, Florida

Near the Railroad Tracks that Divide Town, Hawthorne, Florida

Clear-cut near Interlachen, Florida


Janis and Bonita's Desk, Historical Society, Hawthorne, Florida

Sign near Magnesia Springs, Florida in Summer

Portraits for Sale at the Stagecoach Shop , Micanopy, Florida

Leon near Gordon Chapel, Florida

Bad Ous

Citrus near Nocatee, Florida

Billboard near Interlachen, Florida

John, Micanopy, Florida

Jungle Gardens, Sarasota, Florida

Keith at South Jetty, Venice, Florida

North Jetty Fish Camp, Nokomis, Florida

Georgia-Pacific Plant near Hawthorne, Florida

Convenient Store, Hawthorne, Florida

Sign near Magnesia Springs, Florida in Winter

County Agricultural Fair, Sarasota, Florida

Atlas 1, Shadow Cultures

National Historic Register Site near Micanopy, Florida

Gate near Campville, Florida