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Karolina Karlic, Lecturer, UCSD, to present: Personal Photography & New Narratives in Labor & Diaspora

Wed, Jan 27, 2016,
2:00 am to 3:00 am
DARC 230

New Photography: Lecture Series 2

A series of artist’s talks and presentations at UCSC Art Department – Winter 2016

Karolina Karlic, Lecturer, UCSD, to present: Personal Photography & New Narratives in Labor & Diaspora

Tuesday, January 26, 2016 6pm-7pm

Digital Arts Research Center, Rm 230

 

Karlic is a Los Angeles based photographer and film maker, born in Wroclaw, Poland. She is a recipient of the John Simon Guggenheim

Memorial Foundation Fellowship, which supports her continued investigations in diasporic existence and the human condition of laborers.

 

Her lecture, "Personal Photography and New Narratives in Labor & Diaspora" will address the use of contemporary and documentary

photographic practices in personal narratives today. Stretching from Poland, Detroit, Brazil, to California, each of her projects has been part of the same journey; a conceptually-driven narrative of the ultimately global reach of 20th century automotive industry on individuals and communities.

 

 

Karlic holds a MFA in Photography and Integrated Media from the California Institute of Arts and a BFA in Photography from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.