Waiting for Rapture by Daniel W. Coburn
Quiet suffering occurs within a family unit living under the auspices of the ideal American Dream. A psychologically violent relationship with loved ones, and an immersive cult-like experience with an evangelical Christian church contributed to my loss of spiritual and domestic faith.
These issues take center-stage in a story that emerges from the walls of a single-family sanctuary and unfolds onto a Midwest landscape. In my story, these characters exist at the intersection of domestic duress and spirituality.
I photograph my family in parables of love, reverie, respect and quiet tragedy. These images are a tangible manifestation of fantasy, memories and experiences acquired during my journey to adulthood, and function as a supplement to the family album assembled by my parents.
Daniel W. Coburn lives and works in Lawrence, Kansas.
To view more of Daniel's work, please visit his website.
Daniel Coburn's book, The Hereditary Estate, will be published by Kehrer-Verlag in Spring of 2015. He is offering a limited edition Collectors Edition Portfolio to celebrate this achievement. Visit his website for more details.
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