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EYES ON THE SOUTH: Marcie Hancock Thumbnail

EYES ON THE SOUTH: Marcie Hancock

This series is a narrative investigation of the man-woman and culture-nature dichotomies. While these comparisons are more metaphorical than literal, they lend themselves to the understanding of how objectification, gender, and oppression translate between systems of being.
Department: ART
EYES ON THE SOUTH: Carey Gough Thumbnail

EYES ON THE SOUTH: Carey Gough

Gough uses this project as "a lifeline—a way of accessing home from afar. The tension between the realities captured on film and the mythical Kentucky that can only exist in song lyrics imbues these photographs with a sense of loss and impermanence."
Department: ART
Amy Evans: Art & Pie Thumbnail

Amy Evans: Art & Pie

This August, Amy C. Evans left her role as lead oral historian of the Southern Foodways Alliance, where, over the last twelve years, she conducted more than two-hundred individual interviews around the South and beyond.
Department: ART
EYES ON THE SOUTH: Missy Prince Thumbnail

EYES ON THE SOUTH: Missy Prince

"To love a place from a distance is to embellish it with memory, desire, and myth. Why Don't You Come Home is a fantasy, a lyric, and a document of one of several returns to the place where I grew up. It is part of an ongoing exploration of a South that is both familiar and strange, both real and imagined."
Department: ART
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