Visual History

Here is an interesting approach to recording visual history.

For the past 3 years Leah and Lynn have been creating installations based on a common interest in life stories.

Click on picture to visit their site. Their collaborative pieces are visual narratives, representing communities and individual lives and histories, presented as both large-scale public art and small individual pieces.” This work suggests some interesting ideas for how some of stories of the people who were victimized by Canadian Eugenics might be woven together.

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