By Hannah Wright

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Book Description

“A family album holds a profusion- a confusion – of pleasures and pains, as pictures old and new offer themselves up with depictive innocence. Family collections are never just memories” ( Holland 2000).

Outlining mythologies in family photographs, and piecing together the missing elements of a missing family album and a personal journey of loss. Hannah Wright, a photography student from Falmouth University, Turns haunting memories of childhood from private to public; by combining all elements of past and present through domestic photographs, archives and photographs of home.

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, 14th December 2016