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GRADUATE
PHOTOGRAPHY
ONLINE 2011

Sam Henderson

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Objects provide our narrative, the nostalgia they provide assists in cementing our identity, place and history. The work presented questions the position these presentations hold and how we choose to share them as there is a dynamic in the 'public and private', even in the domestic household environment. The idea of collection is a 'public' facade and acts as representation to give a sense of place, a childhood memory, a considered presentation to share with others. The exploration of the 'private' is a personal and emotional symbolic revelation of grief and loss. Together the images confront and expose the social and psychological barriers erected in the domestic environment.

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Current Course:

University of Sunderland  MA Photography

Sam Henderson • Muhammad Imran • Emanuela Marenz • Kavin Supupramai • Ekke Vasli •

Courses:

University of Brighton
MA Photography

Central Saint Martins
Postgraduate Photography

De Montfort University
MA Photography

University College Falmouth
MA Photography

University of Lincoln
MA in Digital Imaging and Photography

London College of Communication
MA Photography

University of Sunderland
MA Photography

Sir John Cass School of Art, Media and Design, London Metropolitan University
MA Photography

University of Ulster
MFA Photography

University of Westminster
MA Photographic Studies

Categories:

Documentary/Photojournalism

Pages:12

Landscape

Pages:1

Portraiture

Pages:1

Staged/Constructed

Pages:123

Urban/Suburban Landscape

Pages:1