Currently located in Los Angeles, K. Flo Razowsky lives what they photograph. Razowsky spends up to years in the places they document, firstly building relationships and getting to know the place and secondly photographing those surroundings based on social issues and community. For Razowsky it is part and parcel of being in the struggle for social justice while having a creative outlet to hopefully keep sane amongst the madness. Razowsky has supported liberation movements and photographed in Palestine, Bahrain, Serbia, Ukraine, Berlin, the United States and Mexico and many of the borderlands in between.
As an Ashkenazic, anti-Zionist, queer and gender non-conforming person born and raised in the U.S., Razowsky exists within a seeming border space of its own - benefiting from white-skinned privilege that inevitably invisiblizes their cultural identity. It is from this place Razowsky creates work. And as one who has spent as an activist, Razowsky believes that art can move people to act. Razowsky works to combine art with activism to highlight the context in which we live and specifically photographs to show this world to those of us who benefit the most, those of us not forced up against the walls of this life.
Razowsky has exhibited several solo shows since 2005 and have been part of collaborative shows including multiple exhibitions in Minneapolis, MN, between 2002 and 2004, at San Francisco's Mission Cultural Center in 2014, as part of the 2014-2015 University of Arizona Center for Middle East Studies annual show and at the Nogales Arizona-based Hilltop Gallery in 2015. Razowsky's work is displayed on various online venues and is used by academics and writers to supplement their work.