These photographs are taken from the film research The court of whispers, directed by Gregory Cohen. The film is a result of PhD Thesis entitled “Film research between fiction and documentary, Back on a film experience around youth and love in a working class district ”, defended in 2019 at the University of Evry Paris-Saclay (France).
These photographs are taken from the film “Ash and ember” (De cendres et de braises) directed by Manon Ott (filmmaker and sociologist) during her PhD thesis in visual sociology defended in 2019 at the University of Evry Paris-Saclay (France).
The project Spiritual Flavours is comprised of three creative visual outputs: a recipe photobook; a 28-minute film and the photographic series ‘Meals’. These are complementary and explore different aspects of the relations between food and spirituality. This project forms part of Laura’s practice-led doctoral research at UCL and the wider ‘Making Suburban Faith’ project, funded by the AHRC, led by Professor Claire Dwyer (Geography, UCL) and Professor David Gilbert (Geography, RHUL).
The social value of the Sydney Opera House is investigated through a visual analysis of its online participatory cultures and representations on Pinterest, Flickr and the Utzon Memorial website.
Abstract. My interest in this image of Guevara and how it worked was rooted in the perception of its performative capability to gather people and sanction action that was inherently productive and powerful at a grassroots level.