Samuel Lang Budin is a social documentary photographer living in Brooklyn and working primarily in the depressive realist mode. In his zines and narrated slide lectures, he addresses aging, dementia, and death, the use of utopian visions of science and technology by the midcentury labor movement in the construction and sale of affordable housing to its membership, and anthropogenic climate change with poignancy and humor. His work has been seen at BAM, PS1, and Philadelphia's Center for Art in Wood. He was recently awarded a grant from the Puffin Foundation for work related to sea level rise in the New York Area.
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