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CREDIT: Beta Bunker by Agnes Villette

Using Photography to Investigate a Story - Agnes Villette

Event info

Based in Brussels, Agnès Villette is a PhD candidate at Winchester School of Art, her practice based doctorate in Nuclear Aesthetics investigates the Radioactive Ruins of the Norman territory of La Hague. She is also a freelance journalist with an art practice in photography. Trained in literature, she gained a Master in Art Photography at London College of Communication. She is currently developing four art projects at the intersection of photography, writing and theory, such as the photographic series Alien of the Species exploring invasive insects and entomology, Beta Bunker, researching bunker architecture, Haunted, her PhD project about the Norman peninsula and its nuclear Cold War legacy and finally Landemer, a nonfiction novel based on a cold case that took place in 1969, in Cherbourg. 

Based on the interdisciplinary projects she is currently working on, the talk will illustrate how photography is diversely appropriated to narrate, explore, and investigate different stories. 

This event will not be recorded.  Ticket sales end at midnight on 28 February, 2022.


Event Organiser

Teri Walker


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