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Photography, building and dwelling: Fiona Tan’s empty house
chapterposted on 2017-02-03, 11:04 authored by Kathryn BrownKathryn Brown
Home/Land: Women, Citizenship, Photographies is an extensive compendium of texts and images, combining scholarly, creative and critical writing on photography with new work in photography. The contributions to the compendium range from academic essays on fine art and documentary photographies to photo-essays, community-based and pedagogical photographic projects, personal testimonies, creative writing, activist interventions and accounts of participatory action research using photography. Home/Land is global in its reach, exploring women’s lives in Britain and other European nations, the United States, Canada, the Middle East, South Africa, Asia and Australia. Bringing together texts and images produced by an international group of feminist scholars, activists, artists and educators, the book demonstrates how women have used photographic practices to find places for themselves as citizens, denizens, exiles or guests, within or beyond the nation as currently conceived, and, in so doing, how they actively produce new and different forms of identity, community and belonging.
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CitationBROWN, K., 2016. Photography, building and dwelling: Fiona Tan’s empty house. IN: Arnold, M. and Meskimmon, M. (eds.) Home/Land: Women, Citizenship, Photographies, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 121-137.
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