PechaKucha Presentation

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Zaranis Natacha

Photographie in Nantes

Maybe Memories

PRESENTED ON JUL 01, 2015
IN NANTES @ VOL 10
Natacha Zaranis, art photographer, introduces her work to PechaKucha. Her artistic process involves bodies, portraits and landscapes which embody moments of her life leading to the universality of what they represent. She tells stories of a fantasized reality, which may sometimes seem strangely down to earth. Despite their apparent softness and spontaneous aestheticism, her pictures can be unsettling: far from being innocent, they reveal an underlying concern about absence and the idea that a shift can happen at any time. {In French}
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Memories Uncovered

BY DAVID HERMAN
IN DALLAS

David Herman performs a poetic presentation, using a lovely collection of photographs as visual cues. (in English)

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Creating Memories For The Future

BY ANSELM DÄSTNER
@ VOL 104 ON JUN 26, 2013

Anselm Dästner describes his passion for scrapbooking and the impact it will have on the future. Anselm presents to us not only his own scrapbooks, but how he helps other families save memories for the future in innovative ways.

 
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Art of the Selfie

BY DEVON NICKELS
@ VOL 16 ON JUL 22, 2015

Devon Nickels suggest that we all take a selfie.

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Urban Sketching Memories

BY PEGGY WONG
@ VOL 2 ON APR 01, 2016

Peggy Wong shows us her travelogues and how the passion for sketching to document each experience brings interesting memories.

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Compassion is Photography

BY LAINA BROWN
@ VOL 28 ON NOV 24, 2016

Laina Brown is an art student at the U of M, a social advocate, and owner of her own business Laina Brown Photography. She loves to enter into people’s monumental events or everyday lives to document and artistically render their memories as a collaborator with them. This love has taken her to spaces like Winnipeg’s “Meet Me at the Bell Tower”, to spaces such as Auschwitz and Treblinka with the March of Remembrance and Hope, to the boarders of Eastern Turkey, and to beautiful weddings all across Western Canada. In each place it is the people she is most interested in, and how they make meaning from their environments - listening and compassion as the keys to successful photography.

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Me + Christchurch

BY VERONIKA HEGEDUS-GASPAR
@ VOL 30 ON MAR 15, 2017

Local artist and photographer, Veronika Hegedus-Gaspar, started her recent art project, Me+Christchurch, as a way to promote her photography business but soon realised it was a powerful way to help locals to reflect on their experiences in post-earthquake Christchurch. After interviewing over 200 strangers, she was able to help people understand their sense of place. 

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Curation of your children's memories

BY LIRON KROLL
@ VOL 15 ON JUN 12, 2017

Liron Kroll is a photographer and a mother. In this PechaKucha given at Vol. 15 of the London series, Liron tells us how she sees her role to curate her children's memories through wonderful photographer (Liron can you be our mum's please!). 

Social media feeds have taken over from the family photo album and therefore they are places we now look to trigger those precious memories.

Liron you have definitely more than excelled in your ambition and your children are very lucky indeed.

 

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Auroras in Photography

BY JOSEPH MICHAEL
@ VOL 7 ON JUN 24, 2017

Joseph Michael looks at the creation and impact of Auroras through his photography. 

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Collecting Memories on The Camino

BY GUUSTIE ALVARADO
@ VOL 22 ON MAR 19, 2015

Glass artist Guustie Alvarado shares how journaling throughout her life helped her to collect memories on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. She explains how she uses these experiences to create art, and how she eventually ends up co-writing the book Pilgrims? about the adventures in Spain.