WHITE LIGHT is a series of digitally edited photo copies and expired Land Camera Polaroids. Edited by Norah Hoover, the images were made collaboratively by Lila Roo Duncombe Lieber, Jarthur Peetz and Norah Hoover. It becomes difficult to tell who held the camera, who made the copies, and at times, who posed for the photograph. The images and copies of copies of themselves, blend together to tell a ghost story. White Light: a spring day turned cold, a ghostly love triangle, a story of fight or flight.