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"The Things I See” on Film - Participant Responses Cover & Opening Spread

"The Things I See” on Film Participant Responses Pages 3-4

A View From Above (New York)

A View From The Doorstep (Ireland)

Carolyn Cox

Carolyn (also known as Care) revisits themes of her Fine Art Practice in a project of discovering cultural identity self-mediated through photography.

"The Things I See” on Film is a guided analogue photography exercise, created specifically for undergraduate students to encourage cultural identity exploration. Designed with the aim of highlighting daily life through multiple cultural lenses, "The Things I See” on Film provokes a critical self-awareness through photography prompts. The prompts have been carefully curated as a result of in-depth sociological research covering identity, culture studies, and conceptual art theories.

Major project

"The Things I See" on Film