VJIC: "Only Women Can Do That: The feminine element in photography" interview Meryl McMaster

 
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Subject: VJIC: "Only Women Can Do That: The feminine element in photography" interview Meryl McMaster
Date: February 24th 2022
VASA Journal on Images and Culture : The feminine element in photography: Meryl McMaster Interview with Sabine Kutt

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"Only Women Can Do That:
The feminine element in photography"

Second interview: Meryl McMaster
Editor: Sabine Kutt (USA)


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VJIC Theme: "Only Women Can Do Tha: The feminine element in photographyt"

Conversation with Meryl McMaster

The idea of In-Between Worlds struck me as an opportunity to express my bi-cultural heritage, Plains Cree/British and Dutch, not as a struggle but rather as a strategic way of thinking of how they connect.

To understand the feminine element in photography, it is best to ask ourselves a series of questions such as: What is the feminine element, and is it given or acquired? Why is this topic essential and current and what is its social relevance?

The VJIC theme will address the question of gaze through interviews with Erika Anna Schmacher, LindaTroller, Roxanne Darling and Meryl McMaster.

Theme editor: Sebine Kutt
Sabine is a ballet master, choreographer, art curator and photographer. She received her art education at the renowned Palucca School for Modern Dance and Classical Ballet in Dresden and at the University of Leipzig.

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VJIC Table of Content series includes: Hungarian Photography (Sandor Szilagyi), Phenonology of Photography (Ione Manzali) the Quantum and the Visual Arts (Dan Duda), Artist Unique Language (various authors) and The Idea of a Wall (Stefano Ruffa), Photography and the Holocaust and Only Woman Can Do That" The feminine element in photography.


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