'Crime Unseen' at the Museum of Contemporary Photography
Photo: Courtesy of Museum of Contemporary Photography
Christian Patterson presents the infamous crime spree of teenage lovers Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate, who in the winter of 1958 committed a string of murders in Nebraska and Wyoming.
Curator Karen Irvine says that by blending fact with fiction, Patterson "navigates the dramatic and banal moments in the storyline. He endeavors to open up their story to further interpretation and reflection." Here, blood ominously streaks the Nebraska snow.