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This book explores and documents sites off the coast of Ireland where lives were lost through sinkings from the Spanish Armada to lost trawlers. Carried out from 2008 to 2010 the work was shot on a mix of film formats and types; from 35mm Kodachrome to 120 Agfa. A full introduction and presentation is found in the book.
Características y detalles
- Categoría Arte y fotografía
Apaisado estándar, 25×20 cm
- Fecha de publicación jun. 20, 2011
- Etiquetas evening, night, twilight, torpedo, war, world, bomb, horizon, 35mm, analogue, Kodachrome, Irish, Ireland, sea, Atlantic, ocean, water, grave, ship, mine, boat, trawler, Air, India, flight, 182, Girona, Laurentic, San, Marcos, Lusitania, Pere, Charles, Spanish, Armada, surface, history, loss
Dublin Institute of Technology graduate (Photography), 2009 Graduate work mentioned in Irish Times article 'Plenty of Talent in the Class of 2009' (Wed June 6th, 2009) Speaker at 'Photography and International Conflict', 2009 (UCD Clinton Institute for American Studies). Paper: “The Fog of Photography: Newsweek & the Vietnam War” Exhibited as part of 'The Thing That Bruises You' (PhotoIreland Festival, 2010) Asuka.co.uk's 'Book of the Month' October 2010 Short-listed for 'Dummy Award' at Foto Book Festival 2011, Kassel 'Your Shot', National Geographic Magazine, June 2011 Honorable Mention, 2011 IPA Int'l Photography Awards: Architecture, 'Cityscapes Pro' & Fine Art, 'Other', Pro Blurb, PNB shortlist, Documentary, 2011 Finalist National Geographic Contest 2011 Eye for an Ear, Open Salon, Arles, 2012 Contributor to Camera Obscura (www.co-mag.net) 2012 - Eye for an Ear, China House, Malaysia, 2013 E Book Show Participant, 2013