About the Book
Photographs of memorial sites shot around the world from sites from NYC to Nairobi. Book made for exhibition at the Center for Architecture on the even of the anniversary of 9/11 in anticipation of the memorial at Ground Zero.
Essays by Rick Bell , the director of the Center for Architecture, and Tracey Hummer, the shows curator. Tracey is a writer based in NYC.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Softcover: 9781366565624
- Publish Date Oct 23, 2008
- Language English
- Tags dar tourism, social criticism, julie dermansky, fine art, killing fields, ground zero, genocide, memorials, photogrpahy, travel, africa, asia, cambodia
Julie Dermansky (b. 1966, New York City) is a transdisciplinary artist whose work is focused on documenting society’s impact on the natural world and social injustice. Her work raises awareness of environmental issues, and draws a connection between social injustice and climate change. She has documented the aftermath of earthquakes and storms, the military-industrial complex in Iraq, and the expansion of the industrial landscape across the country, uncovering information overlooked by the mainstream media. Dermansky is an affiliate scholar at the Rutgers University Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights. Her photographs have been published internationally, and her reports are published by The Atlantic, Al Jazeera, The Guardian, Truthout, and the Desmog Blog, among others. Her series "Fracking in the USA" was screened at the 2015 Visa pour l’Image, Perpignan’s International Festival of Photojournalism.