Sunday, September 23, 2018 from 10:30 —11:30 am
How do photographs provoke emotion, construct narratives and elicit emotional responses? Explore these topics and more with our experts while viewing the works in Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings.
Todd Wemmer’s work explores family photography, memory, archives and photography in everyday life. He is especially interested in the relationship between audio storytelling and photography. His dissertation Lost-and-found Photos: Practices and Perceptions used voicemail as a way to collect stories from the public. Wemmer is an Associate Professor of Communication at Endicott College. View some of his work here at Lostandfoundphotos.org.
Image above: Sally Mann (American, born 1951) On the Maury, 1992, gelatin silver print, Private collection. Image © Sally Mann.
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