Old photographs meet new color, creating thoughtful new meanings. This article appears in the Summer 2011 issue of Southern Cultures: The Photography Issue. "In this examination, magic and myth-two of my favorite vehicles-act as buffers to the dominant power structure. It brings together two bodies of collectibles, one personal and one commercial, with the intent of shifting stereotypes about race and southern culture."
|Publisher:||The University of North Carolina Press|
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About the Author
Lynn Marshall- Linnemeier is a visual mythologist, a memory keeper. She is guided by the idea of the journey, unmapped spaces, and the magic that occurs when one goes looking for history and ancestors. Her visual repertoire mythologizes and re- imagines historical events—especially those that are informed by race, gender, and stereotypes—using photography and mixed media.