Saturday, March 12 - 2:00PM to 2:45PM
This presentation will look through several photographic projects, which evolve as anthropological studies, analyzing different cultures and their visual representations through particular phenomena. I am interested in the experience of history and the changes it brings to society and culture. A current project, titled "Search for Landscapes," develops around a group of found vintage slides, which depict one family's travel around the world in the 1960s. The project is situated in the friction between the sentimentality as an agency in photography and the inevitable obsolescence of photographic technologies.