MoMento 15: History of Other Places

MoMento 15: History of Other Places

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MoMento 15: History of Other Places

Wayne Barrar, Jessie Boylan, Shelley Jacobson, Katrin Koenning, Becky Nunes. Essay by Anita Tótha, designed and edited by Shelley Jacobson.

Published by PhotoForum, December 2014

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Contributors:

Wayne Barrar

Wayne is an Associate Professor at the School of Art at Massey University, Wellington. His photography has been widely exhibited and published since 1984. His publications include the books  Shifting Nature, University of Otago Press, 2001;  An Expanding Subterra, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, 2010; and  Torbay tī kōuka: A New Zealand tree in the English Riviera, University of Plymouth Press, 2011. Work from  Hoxha’s Bunkers has been exhibited recently in the US and published in  Cabinet journal in conjunction with an essay by New York based project collaborator David L. Pike.

www.waynebarrar.com

 

Jessie Boylan

Jessie is a photomedia artist based in Castlemaine, Victoria. Her work explores the human impact on the land and its inhabitants in relation to environmental and social devastation such as nuclear testing, mining and war. She also looks at ideas of history and place in relation to contemporary Australian identity, community and activism.

www.jessieboylan.com

 

Shelley Jacobson

Shelley is an Auckland based artist. Her work is a series of creative explorations in cultural geography. She completed a Master of Fine Arts at Massey University, Wellington and a Diploma of Publishing through Whitireia New Zealand. As of 2014, Shelley assists with PhotoForum’s publishing activities.

www.shelleyjacobson.co.nz

 

Katrin Koenning

Katrin is a German-born, Melbourne-based photographer whose work is exhibited internationally. She is a curatorial adviser for Wallflower Photomedia gallery and a lecturer at Photography Studies College, Melbourne.

www.katrinkoenning.com

 

Becky Nunes

Becky is a founding member of New Zealand photography collective Tangent and an award-winning commercial and editorial photographer. Her self-directed work engages with landscape, object and cultural memory. This work has been shown in galleries and publications both nationally and internationally. Becky is currently Head of Department for Photography at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design in Auckland.

www.beckynunes.co.nz

 

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