THOUGHTS ABOUT MIGRATION AND IDENTITIES THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY : ANITA POUCHARD SERRA
Anita Pouchard Serra had been using photography to document issues related to migration, identity, its spaces and territories. Little by little, her work begun to echo her personal history, making her question her own photography practice. What is the place and duty of the image in this process? This talk proposes to speak and debate about the representations of the migrant and cultural mix in our society of migrations.
ANITA POUCHARD SERRA
Anita Pochard Serra is a French-argentine documentary photographer and educator based between Buenos Aires and Paris, and work mostly in Latin America around identity, migrations, empowerment and territorial issues. Her approach is a narrative exploration mixing several tools and disciplines. Since 2017, she’s has been working on the collective project “ Welcome to Intipuca City” about migrations from El Salvador to the US. In 2018 the project won the Moving Walls 25 Fellowship by Open Society Foundations and the ADELANTE grant of the International Women Media Foundation to be continued. Her work has been published in several medias around the world and exhibited in Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico, France, Spain and the US.
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