Jamie Oliveira (more than) dust.

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(more than) dust.

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(more than) dust. is a photo book that challenges the harmful treatment of femmes through the direct confrontation of statements that have been said to them. These windows of experience mirror the invalidation, minimization, misogyny, and abuse that permeate our interpersonal spaces. There are three quotes that follow each portrait, documenting each person's individual experiences. The photographs of the quotes deconstruct the normalization of harmful treatment by fostering a relationship with the context, emotions, and stigmas associated with each statement. By sharing these experiences, we are speaking up about treatment that we are so often expected to tolerate, ignore, and remain silent about. After sharing my own experiences with toxic relationships, and the tremendous growth that took place during that process, this project has gradually evolved into this platform for others to share. The cathartic act of revealing the internalized in such a vulnerable way serves to heal the disparaging ways we communicate with one another.

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Jamie Oliveira is a nomadic poet, artist, and femme healing activist from San Francisco. She is the author of the photo book (more than) dust, as well as in passing, a self-published collection of art and poetry. She was the recipient of the Where Are You Poet contest in 2015, which resulted in the publishing of her poetry book The Calming. Her work has been featured on the Huffington Post, BUST Magazine, HelloGiggles, and more, as well as in art spaces and film festivals around the world. She received her B.A. in documentary film production from San Francisco State University, which provided a strong foundation of honesty and ethics in her approach to art and storytelling. Since she began her travels, she has read her poetry and painted murals of her work throughout Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Himachal Pradesh, India. Now, she is nurturing plants, being nurtured by forests, and sharing her work on the road in the U.S.

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