How does care through photographic practice produce subject position and social relations?
I am interested in photographs and social constructs in which, rather than being just the subject, care is the very premise of the act of photographing. I make photographs that are part of a Care Album which I edit in a shared process with family, friends and strangers. The album is never complete or finished, just as care is continuously in motion, changing and developing. Because of its relational qualities it can never reach a final form. The Care Album with the editing act and process mediates care, is the vehicle used to express care and at the same time conveys form of care as its message.
The video is a film documentation of different editing sessions.
It is an attempt to give access to the practice I developed, rather than the outcome of that practice. It is not supposed to be a sensational video, but an experimental one, formed by footage of the conversations and realist everyday scenes, photographs, where “nothing” happens.
Export as caring as practice