24" x 18"
Terrence Sanders spent a year photographing the homeless in downtown LA. Homeless himself at age 16, Sanders' perspective was sympathetic and questioning, "What are the forces that contribute to their predicament and what would be the one thing that, if happened, would begin to resolve their predicament?" The answers revealed that ordinary life problems cause and sustain homelessness. The Overlord then becomes society at large, that chooses not "see" and thus allow it to perpetuate. Here we see a person folded symmetrically and compact as if they were to be packed in a box, in a sleeping posture draped in hues and patterns that blend into its surroundings.