The power/ problem of photography is sited in its process, which allows for a lived moment in time to be captured for perpetuity. Whether or not that moment was natural or staged can sometimes be difficult to decipher; indeed this ambiguity underpins the topical issue of mental health in the age of social media.Read More
A girl in the world
A personal blog detailing my experiences undertaking a curatorial residency in Puebla, Mexico. The blog will continue as I travel to see Art throughout Mexico and onto Europe and then to the United States.
A selection of photographs I took whilst living in Puebla, Mexico.Read More
Learning to work independently takes practice. Only through lived experiences do we understand what realistic goals look like, how we work efficiently, and how we can make the most of opportunities.Read More
In my opinion, this is the core tension of travelling- the process of trying to engage with culture without subverting it. As far as I can see, Arquetopia’s complex approach to engaging with Art, place and culture offers a sensitive pathway for engaging with cultural difference whilst leaving room for our own activism to be maintained and fostered.Read More
To begin my blogging experience I would like to put forward the preconditions of my aims, preconceptions and ideologies that I articulated in my application for the ARQUETOPIASUMMER 2019 TRIPLE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC RESIDENCY PROGRAM as a way of capturing my expectations and outcomes.Read More