The emotional life of transcultural photographs

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Abstract

Non-standard Submissions: Exhibition/showcase
(2014) ‘The emotional life of transcultural photographs,’ exhibited in Doh Mix Me Up art event, part of the Leverhulme funded, Oxford Diaspora Program (ODP). The aim of the ODP is to look at social, economic, political and cultural impact of diasporas (transnational communities of people dispersed from their homeland) through a range of interdisciplinary perspectives and research methods.

‘The emotional life of transcultural photographs,’ is part of my PhD submission that looks at photographs as an object in the home as part of a discussion around transcultural identities. Further information about this body of work can be found on my website: http://www.carolinemolloy.media/?p=1108

Further information about the ODP can be found here. Weblink: http://www.migration.ox.ac.uk/odp/through-the-arts.shtml
The work is featured in the publication made A (2015) Publication of the Art: http://metaceptive.net/tag/virtual-migrants/ 
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 20 Oct 2014

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A publication from the art event can be found here: http://metaceptive.net/tag/virtual-migrants/ 

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The emotional life of transcultural photographs. Molloy, Caroline (Artist). 2014.

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