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Rendering Self and Microagressions Visible Through the Shadow Image

Kim Snepvangers;

Rendering Self and Microagressions Visible Through the Shadow Image

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Ce projet, qui a débuté avec Prompt #2 du Massive Micro Sensemaking (MMS) dirigé par Annette Markham et Anne Harris de mai à juin 2020, m’a aidé à faire face à l’anxiété causée par le confinement de la COVID-19. J’ai mis en place quatre représentations visuelles - une série de photographies qui, à travers un processus de déploiement, établissent des liens avec des questionnements plus larges au cours de mes recherches d’archives dans le contexte de la colonisation de Sydney, en Australie. Explorer l’expérience vécue à travers la photographie prévoit un objectif a/r/tographique créatif, axé sur la représentation des objets afin qu’ils prennent un aspect plus que représentatif, touchant la matérialité des objets en tant que données. Adapter la superposition des rendus va au-delà de l’aspect dimensionnel en tant que simple capture d’un phénomène observé. Cette première photographie a ici une couche d’ombre supplémentaire pour créer du volume et recréer des semblants du monde figuratif à travers le reflet.

This project, starting with Prompt 2 from the Massive Micro Sensemaking (MMS) led by Annette Markham and Anne Harris in May through June 2020, assisted me to move through the anxiety of COVID-19 lockdown. I set up four visual renderings—a series of photographs that, through a process of unfolding, make links to broader issues in my archival research in the context of settler colonial Sydney, Australia. Exploring lived experience through photography anticipates a creative a/r/tographic lens, focusing on rendering objects so that they take on a more-than-representational aspect, touching the materiality of objects as data. Adaptively layering the renderings moves beyond one dimensionality as a strict capturing of an observed phenomena. Here, an initial photograph has a latent, additional layer of shadow to build volume and re-cast semblances of the representational world through reflection.

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Canada
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Fine Arts, N, Social Sciences, H

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