Swaying is a project that exhibits a personal processing of the COVID-19 pandemic through a photographic series informed by a diaristic process. Each photograph marks a different happening, thought or emotion and utilizes photographic and contemporary art theories as a guide to interpreting these happenings and thoughts. This series consists of thirteen photographs and speaks to a range of subjects such as, 'world-making,' the grotesque, sublime, science-fiction and punctum as some examples of the what informs this project. Swaying externalizes the inner thought process and shares an intimate exploration of relating to a changing world.
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Thesis advisor: Bitter, Sabine
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