Suspicion, Vulnerability, and Empathy in Harris Mizrahi's "Inside Out"
Harris Mizrahi began his series "Inside Out" as an excuse to escape as he battled depression and biopolar disorder. "I would drive as far as I could from home before tiring," he tells LensCulture, much of the time with no thought of returning. Sometimes I might stay on the road for a couple of days—sometimes a few weeks. At other times I could travel hundreds of miles only to return right back home that same day. Emotional exhaustion, whether healthy or not, was an essential ingredient in the making of many of these photographs."October 20, 2017