WE BECAME WHAT WE BEHELD

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Published by:
Brooke Kennedy
Published:
8/6/2016
Specs:
Digest / 5.25" x 8.25"
118 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Photography

We Became What We Beheld (2015) is a rekindled documentation of Edmund Carpenters photographic novel ’They Became What They Beheld - 1970.’ This theoretical narrative has been retold through a perceptual journey to further understand how predominant media effects the form of social organization and environment over time. This complex anthropologic odyssey explores the visible past, present and future in zine format to weave McLuhans non-fixed approach in hopes of perceiving our current relationship with media in a multidimensional view. To illustrate this evolution of the hypothesized retribalized man, WBWWB is a documented fascination of our societies dependancy on consumption, novelty and social change in pursuit of a better understanding of not only our environment, but the individual self.

WE BECAME WHAT WE BEHELD