Photographer Jessica Ingram’s photographs of of marked and unmarked locations that hold historical significance for the Civil Rights movement. Ingram travelled across the American South, capturing the present day appearance of sites where Civil Rights era atrocities, Klan activities, and slave trade occurred. The concept for the photo-documentary was inspired by Ingram’s visit to a former slave market in Montgomery, Alabama, in 2009. “Road Through Midnight” includes 30 framed archival pigment prints as well as an audio component: oral histories at gallery listening stations. There will be a reception and artist’s talk on Thursday, September 17.