terça-feira, 10 de fevereiro de 2015

photographic sovereignty

© H. J. Tsinhnahjinnie

"Visual reappropriation and reengagement is, in many ways, about finding a present for historical photographs, realizing their "potential to seed a number of narratives" (Poignant) through with to make sense of that past and make it fulfils the needs of the present".

on "photographic sovereignty",
EDWARDS, Elizabeth – Tracing Photography in Made to be Seen: Perspectives on the History of Visual Anthropology.

Creating new images to remember. 
Based on historical images from e-bay and family archives, the sitters in these photographs are transported through time, space and the color spectrum to face the viewer.

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