'Global Photographies: Memory, History, Archives' (February 2018)
This new publication by Transcript features my contributing chapter, entitled, 'Re-imagining the Family Album through Literary Adaptation', which analyses the 'PastPresent' (2005) photographs and the 'Fortune-telling/Re-telling' (2007) and 'The Deep Sea Swell' (2009) videos from the 'Waste Land' project. The chapter outlines my practice-based PhD research which was later developed for a paper at the 'How History Enters Photography' symposium held at Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany in June 2012.
This edited collection by Sissy Helff and Stefanie Michels examines "...the relationship between history, photography and memory in a global perspective on three interrelated levels: firstly, in the artistic and cultural production of pictures, secondly, in the decoding of colonial and contemporary photography, and thirdly, in collecting photographs in picture archives dealing with colonial and anthropological photography. The contributions sketch the contested field of (post-)colonial photography and trace the manifold intertwinements between historical and contemporary photographs."