Reconstruction Vol. 15, No. 1 (2015): Unorthodox Autobiographies

Ancestral images Ancestral 4, 2008, Digital C-Print, 40" x 30"


Meryl McMaster

Unorthodox Autobiographies by Matthew Ryan Smith


"Not Much Power in a Dead Man's Voice": Perfected Memory, Configured Ideology, and the Representation of Self in Kawabata Yasunari's Jyurokusai No Nikki, by James A. Wren

Living in the Future Anterior: Trauma and Autobiography in the Work of Vincent Chevalier and Francisco-Fernando Granados, by Ricky Varghese

Representing the Self through Ancestry: Meryl McMaster's Ancestral Portraits, by Ellyn Walker

Dress You Up in My Angst: Living with the Past in Français 2646, by Brendan Sullivan

I Make Art - Voicing Voice, Speaking Self and Doing Criticality, by Sharlene Khan

The Art of Confession: A Conversation with Rev. Michael Prieur, by Matthew Ryan Smith

Neighbourhood Memories: Accounting for Individuals Lost and Individual Loss on the Landscape of the Memory of the Argentine Dictatorship, by Ana Laura Pauchulo


"Auto/pathographies" by Tamar Tembeck, by Sandra Lim


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