What might it mean to collaborate with someone who is no longer living?

Does a photograph exposed by one person and developed by another belong to one or both?

What are the ontological, visual, moral, and emotional lines (or grey areas) between influence, collaboration, and appropriation?

What amount of translucence or opacity elevates without exploiting the work and memory of the deceased in its translation and re-presentation at the hands of another?

Is preservation stronger in withholding, keeping close to the chest; or in sharing, dissemination, and living repertoire?

What spaces of awkwardness and sincerity can exist in the absorption or refusal of other people's pain?

What points of reference might bridge the personal and the collective?

Can we, through visual and tactile articulation, approach mutable, mutual understandings of these conditions around which words seem to fail?