A country I always carry with me

Julia Winckler, Nerea Martinez de Lecea

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Abstract

During 2004, Brighton-based artists Julia Winckler and Nerea Martinez de Lecea worked with a small group of local interpreters, some of whom artists, to create a bookwork called A Country I Always Carry With Me. The project explored themes of home, identity and cultural displacement. The interpreters were invited to reflect on their own experiences of displacement and the process of interpreting using photography and other media through a series of artist-led workshops. The book was co-edited with all project collaborators.
Original languageEnglish
TypePhotoworks commission
Media of outputPublication
PublisherPhotoworks/Photoforum
Number of pages32
Place of PublicationUK
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Keywords

  • Sussex interpreting services
  • displacement
  • migration
  • photography
  • collaborative practice
  • portraiture
  • place based art
  • inclusive practice

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    Winckler, J., & Martinez de Lecea, N. (2004). A country I always carry with me. Photoworks/Photoforum.