Explorations and experiments in visual representations - ethnographic film, photography and visual media
Thursday, April 14, 2011
"Family photos retrieved from tsunami-hit areas..."
Family photos retrieved from tsunami-hit areas are on display at an elementary school gymnasium, where they are gradually being cleaned and put on display by volunteers, in Natori, Miyagi Prefecture. Self-Defense Force personnel and residents have been bringing photos and albums found in the wreckage of local homes, in the hope that their owners will find them.
In the Spirit of open-text, collaboration, communication and Good Anthropology...
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