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Photography as a Social Practice

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Founded by Eliza Gregory, Mark Strandquist, and Gemma-Rose Turnbull, Photography as a Social Practice "serves as an archive of research and conversations around photography as a social practice." Materials on the site include links to and coverage of allied projects, interviews with practitioners, and original writing on contemporary photography through the lenses of ethics, representation, power dynamics, and social justice. An example of a project is Let Us Eat Cake, showcasing collaborative work by artist Anthony Luvera and a group of seven LGBTQ+ people documenting queer communities in Northern Ireland. In the interviews section, there's a recent conversation with Dutch photographer Ben Krewickel, whose 2013 book A Possible Life, tells the story of an undocumented immigrant. Finally, the resources section of the site provides listings of events, degree programs, grants, and fellowships, along with reading lists, quotes, and questions.
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Date of Scout Publication 2018-09-14
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2018/0914

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