From Tyndrum to Timbuktu: The Creative Path and the Ritual Process
August 06, 2020 - 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

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Join us for a talk with photographer Alexandra Huddleston
as she traces the seminal experiences that led to her current work,

from her year as a Fulbright scholar researching the traditional Islamic scholarship of Timbuktu, through her time on three of the world’s most grueling walking pilgrimages, to her more recent journeys in the hills of Ireland, the Munros of Scotland, and the industrial landscape of the lower Rhine valley. Through her artistic work, Huddleston aims to create a new way of seeing our natural landscapes, a task that she believes is of existential importance in this era of environmental catastrophe.

Alexandra Huddleston is an acclaimed photographer whose work features in the collections of the British Library, the Smithsonian, and the Library of Congress. She holds a Masters of Letters in Fine Art Practice from the Glasgow School of Art.

 

 
 
 
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