Resist(her) is an intersectional project between historical photographs and digital painting. Specifically civil rights and protest imagery described by gestural marks. The images of women of color are labeled with the context of the time and the photographer. Their bodies are used as objects of resistance and yet their histories and identities are invisible, as the information of the women is not provided. I wanted to explore what it means to bring attention to these women. A version of this work also exists as a time based piece merging digital painting and the actual photo.