These images are from the film "Grieve", which is comprised of still shots set to Peter Gabriel's "I Grieve". It debuted as part of the "Exile" exhibition at Industry Gallery (NYC) in 2003. The black and white images are from within Tibet and represent the remnants of what was once a vibrant, non-violent Buddhist society. Prior to the Chinese invasion in 1951 and full colonization, which started in 1959 and is still unfolding, Tibet had it's own social, cultural, political and economic identify wholly separate from China for over 2,500 years. The color shots, which emerge in the latter half of the film portray the Tibetan Diaspora as they peacefully fight to regain their country while in exile from Nepal, India, America and Europe. This gallery has over 75 images, so have some patience as it loads and scroll through to its completion.