The Department of Anthropology at Goldsmiths University of London, are proud to present ‘Disrupting the Visual – An Art of Distance’ a degree show of multimodal experiments in visual anthropology.
It explores the fluid boundary between art and anthropology and the importance of distance to perception. We understand distance as both proximity and as the abstracted space between ‘’anthropologists’’ and participants or ideas. Students’ topics traverse and engage with borders, the mobility of objects, and intimate lives, deploying distance to disrupt assumptions about near and far.
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