PhD Exhibition | Shadows: re-visualising the shark – Bridgette McKelvey

30th - 31st May

WHEN : 30th – 31st May
WHERE : CI Precinct

Sharks are the compelling shadow in the collective fears of humans. Shadows: re-visualising the shark engages in a complex task – to unsettle the negative shark stereotypes through a series of hybrid photography vignettes that re-present shark and marine animal perspectives within an ecological framework.

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