SOMETIMES, CHANGING THE ANGLE OF VIEW MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE

Visual Anthropology is about the people and their creative endeavours, their heritage, and their future. My business is oriented towards qualitative research and documentation of multicultural terrain in Far North Queensland.  

Visual anthropology is an academic field using audiovisual methods and it is usually described as a cross-section between art and humanities. It deals directly with the senses and requires the viewer to engage with audiovisual material differently than one does with the written text. A film offers visible particularities of a certain place and time. Watching a film is about looking and listening, and placing oneself into that particular place and time through one’s sensory experience and perception.

STORY TURNED INTO A MAGIC >

Life and Work of Laurie Bragge – James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia

GIVING VOICE TO PEOPLE >

Secret Recipes at former KickArts, Cairns, QLD, Australia

CARE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT WE LIVE WITH >

Entangled Futures Films – Plasticene Marine, The Cairns Institute James Cook University, QLD, Australia

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