What experiences and traces of history shape our knowledge and perceptions of place? How can photography explore and inform our concepts of natural landscapes and urban environments? This course introduces you to the relationships between memory, place and the everyday through the photographic practices of site-specific research, archival exploration and storytelling. Alongside working with your own camera equipment, you will be introduced to field cameras and large format photography while exploring a range of traditional and expanded photographic responses to a specific location.
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