'Exercising heavy-handed metaphors, Voet’s photographs show these forced-chameleons at once hiding in and undergirding society. Immigrants are woven into the social fabric; they are hunted prey; they are building blocks and glue. The installation’s labyrinth of large prints suggests the bureaucracy endured by immigrants filtered in and out of an opaque system. Throughout, Voet’s compassion and sincerity balance the scales, keeping the project from leaning toward caricature.'
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