Morris describes this collection of his Bush-era work as his personal journey into a Republican America. "Hopefully," Morris says, "you will see what I saw and feel what I felt a nation that has wrapped its eyes so tightly in red, white and blue that it has gone blind. This is 'My America.'"
Maciek and Agnieszka Nabrdalik started this project, The Irreversible, in 2009 after one of their visits to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum. At the gate they saw an obituary notice informing about the death of a former prisoner. The next day there was another one. At that moment they realized that we are the last generation who can approach the survivors to talk with them and ask questions.