- Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 7:00PM - 8:00PM
- Room 110
- Open To The Public
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Join the Visual Law Project for a talk with Pete Brook on his work with photographs by prisoners, photographs by guards, and the role of authorship and intention. Pete will be in conversation with World Fellow Mari Bastashevski about the agency of image outside of the normative practice of photojournalism.
Pete is a journalist, and curator whose work represents an impressive catalogue and history of prison photography.
Mari is an artist, writer, and researcher. Her installations—the result of extensive field and data research—combine texts, photographs, and documents, exploring how secrecy within systems of state and corporate power contributes to the perpetuation of armed conflicts. She is currently a world fellow at Yale. and a resident fellow at ISP
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