Orphans and Dogs contains unfiltered and unapologetic writing, photographic compositions, and drawings by Elizabeth Fischer, and her translation of Humorom by Attila Balogh, a Hungarian Roma poet. Throughout these stories, fragments, and poems, Fischer takes a personal, honest, and unsensationalized approach to experiences and observations of poverty, exile, and alienation.
This book was originally published to accompany the exhibition Elizabeth Fischer: Orphans and Dogs at UNIT/PITT Projects, in June and July of 2015.
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