Parsons School of Design. Photography Department.
(sponsoring body)William Geddes
My art practice revolves loosely around themes of individual and col lective relationships to community, culture, place and history. I strive to create visual works – in both photography and video – in which the contemporary and historical merge as concomitant experiences. I am interested in how memory and history function, as both have the power to frame, and limit, our sense of the past and places of past experience. For a visual artist, these invisible stories that often resonate beneath the ground we stand on are mysterious. The notion of trying to make visual what cannot be directly seen propels my work forward.
William Geddes. The Place Where I Once Cut My Hand On a Piece of Glass.
May 2005. Parsons School of Design MFA Photography program theses; 2005 Theses. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive
. Web. 17 Oct 2019
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