Photo x Archive project in Miyoshi City: 写真x伝承プロジェクトin三好 土屋育子写真展:次世代に伝える人々の暮らし

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Abstract

Photo x Archive project in Miyoshi City, Tokushima, Japan is a participatory art-photography project collaborating with Ikuko Tsuchiya and people who live in Miyoshi city, Tokushima, Japan. The aim of this project was to create new body of photographic archive responding to the lives of people in the communities where are a rich natural, traditional and cultural environment.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 5 Nov 2016

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