Marston: Remembering Home Through Creative Practice
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This practice-led research project investigates the potential for creative practice to recall and reimagine a lost home. Identifying with memory and material culture studies, the project tests how habitual body memories enable narratives of home to be imbued in artworks generated out-of-place. Taking into account the implications of nostalgia, and through a personal project, I seek to comprehend the broader effects of memory of home and place.
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