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In Medias Res Nagata can't imagine someone living in the affluent downtown area with that kind of fear. “People have the right to say what they want to say, but African-Americans [on the West Side & in the Frances Cabrini Rowhouses] are hesitant. Things are very complicated.”

Prays to God, Frances Cabrini Rowhouses, Chicago, 2011- Satoki Nagata Satoki's photographs of residents at Frances Cabrini Rowhouses draws you in with their beauty and intimacy, sometimes taking you into a person's most intimate moments, such as his photograph, Prays to God. In this photograph, Satoki photographs Erika Moore during her time of prayer. How does Satoki manage to capture such intimate moments in his photography? Satoki works on building relationships with the subjects of his photography. Building those relationships required Satoki to learn more about himself as an artist and as a human being, and the Frances Cabrini Rowhouses were fertile ground for that kind of education. “I need to go, I need to find – during the 4

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In Medias Res: Vol. 2, Summer 2013  

The Odyssey Project's original publication featuring brand new fiction, poetry, reviews, profiles, interviews and more from Odyssey Project...

In Medias Res: Vol. 2, Summer 2013  

The Odyssey Project's original publication featuring brand new fiction, poetry, reviews, profiles, interviews and more from Odyssey Project...

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