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Excerpt from our ongoing studio, research, and outreach work with the elderly from LOSS & OLD AGE: GRIEF AND BEREAVEMENT documentary. Interviews exploring family dynamics, spousal loss, cancer and disease, relationships and roles, longevity, support, recovery, strength and resilience, old age, death, and long-term care.
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SUBSTRUCTURED LOSS: JOURNAL OF APPLIED GRIEF & BEREAVEMENT RESEARCH:
The Substructured Loss: Journal of Applied Grief & Bereavement Research is an open-access, peer-reviewed, online journal that is dedicated to the publication and dissemination of art-led field research within grief, bereavement, and adjacent themes. The bi-annual publication will aim to archive, preserve for catalogue, research, and reference purposes.
Contributory themes include both theoretical-historical and practice-led art research conducted on, but not limited to the following subject matter: the aging process, care, and the elderly; cancer, disease, and terminal illness; sex work and sexual assault; abortion and miscarriage; suicide and survivorship; mental illness, mental health, and trauma; spousal and familial loss; and associated grief and bereavement-centered themes.
Blind peer-reviewed papers will be published in English.
Blind peer-reviewed images (and adjacent written work), video, and audio will be published with English equivalency and support.
Parties interested in joining the scientific board (subject to capacity and selection criteria) will be asked to submit applications in late 2019.
Submission information forthcoming.
EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS:
BERLIN SUMMER-1 2019:
OF LINES AND FAMILIAR THRESHOLDS
BASTIAN SCHWENTECK (DE)
HEATHER SINCAVAGE (US)
01 AUG 2019 – 04 AUG 2019
BERLIN SUMMER-2 2019:
ANSWERING IN EPILOGUE
CONSTANCE BRADY (US)
MICHELLE HALL (IE)
JULIE MCCREEDY (US)
ELYSSA SYKES-SMITH (AU)
05 SEP 2019 – 08 SEP 2019