Coming from the religious south we are please to showcase a new series by English photographer and online editor of Loupe Magazine, Harry Flook. He takes an outsiders look at into non-religious communities the Bible Belt by showcasing the overwhelming propaganda that looms over the bible belt.
There is a strong divide between the conservative and liberal Christians in Tennessee, but the non-religious community is so small that it is completely overlooked.”
– Tad Beaty, Chattanooga Humanist Assembly.
“Beyond What is Written is a section of the aforementioned body of work. I spent a month meeting and photographing various non-religious communities in Tennessee; the ‘heart of the Bible Belt’. The series explores the presence of religious imagery and rhetoric in perceptions of the American dream, and the portraits picture a relationship defined by shared absence from religion.
The project is about the loss and regaining of community, and the changing religious landscape in America.”
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