3 edition of Conversations with the mob found in the catalog.
Conversations with the mob
Edited by Kate McLeod.
|Contributions||McLeod, Kate, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||DU125.M3 L49 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||2008399323|
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Conversations with the Mob is the result, a remarkable book that took Lewis another three years to complete and find a publisher. When the book is launched in Fremantle next weekend, some of the mob will stand beside her to celebrate six years of intimate friendship and their collaborative effort to capture the rarely seen heart of an indigenous world.5/5(1).
Conversations with the Mob is the result, a remarkable book that took Lewis another three years to complete and find a publisher. When the book is launched in Fremantle next weekend, some of the mob will stand beside her to celebrate six years of intimate friendship and their collaborative effort to capture the rarely seen heart of an indigenous world.5/5.
Conversations with the Mob captures the reality of a traditional people who live neither in their old world or in a white world. Through over photographs and oral stories, including Megan’s own experiences Conversations with the mob book the Mob, the reader enters the reality of desert life where health, grief, footy, humour, sorry business and spirits consume daily survival.
Conversations With The Mob captures the reality of a traditional people who live neither in their old world or in a white world. Through over photographs and oral stories, including Megan’s own experiences with the Mob, the reader enters the reality of desert life where health, grief, footy, humour, sorry business and spirits consume daily survival.
Conversations with The Mob - Book Conversations with the Mob is an intimate photographic portrayal of the Martu Aboriginal people, one of the last Indigenous groups in Australia’s Great Sandy Desert to come into contact with : Meganlewis. Conversations with the Mob captures the reality of a traditional people living neither in their old world or in a white world.
Through photographs, oral stories and Megan’s own experiences with the Mob, the reader enters the reality of desert life where health, grief, footy, humour, sorry business and spirits consume daily survival. In Conversations with the Mob, award-winning photojournalist Megan Lewis documents a five-year mission to tell the story of the Martu, an Aboriginal people of the Western Desert in Western Australia.
In doing so, she learns as much about herself as she does about her subjects. Her book “Conversations with the Mob” was published eight years later. The book is a multi-layered reflection of her healing connection with the Martu people through documentary photography, visual anthropology and oral story telling.
Initially Megan Lewis was a being in their world, not of it. Conversations with the Mob is the result, a remarkable book that took Lewis another three years to complete and find a publisher. Through this stunning collection of photographs and oral stories Conversations with the Mob captures the beauty, humour, sadness and friendship of a traditional Aboriginal tribe at odds with western culture.
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