LIZ HINGLEY: Illuminating Networks of Belonging

This interactive session explored the socially generative ways that people, photography and smartphones intermesh. Photographer and anthroplogist Liz Hingley, guided participants to map their visual ‘trajectories of belonging’ and contribute to an international exhibition project.

The workshop sought to attend to the meaning and materiality of personal digital ecosystems, which in turn shape intimate relationships, identities, new cartographies and imagined futures. The process encourages imagination and creation.

Duration: 1.5 hours
Maximum number of participants: 25
Time: Saturday, 2 April, from 9:00 – 10:30 (Parallel Session 5)
Place: Palaver (Dipoli 1st Floor)
Facilitators: Liz Hingley, Photographer in Residence within Digitial Humanities, Kings College London