Our Silence is Your Comfort, Kay Goodridge

17/07/2004

 

Our Silence is Your Comfort, Kay Goodridge

17/07/2004

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Cambridge based artist and photographer Kay Goodridge explored stories and relationships hidden within a series of found photographs. Her research into these images resulted in the production of two bodies of work Our Silence is Your Comfort and Making Contact.

In Making Contact, Goodridge questioned how closeness and family relationships are represented in the family album.

In Our Silence is Your Comfort, an old school photograph was reworked and accompanied by the video work Mouthpiece unfolding an uneasy narrative  exploring the subjects of abuse and bullying in depth.

http://www.kaygoodridgephotographics.com

 

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