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Dan Ashurst

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Student

Description

This photobook expresses the author's experience with depression in general and during the COVID-19 pandemic. All photos were taken in and near the artist's house in Prattville, Alabama as a result of the stay-at-home order and later voluntary self-quarantine of Spring 2020. Some images speak to the experience of a social and academic life maintained mostly digitally. Others analyze the lack of clarity, descent into darkness, and subsequent return to hope.

Date

2020-05-01

Coverage

Prattville, AL

Keywords

Alabama, Landscape/Nature/Outdoors, Mental health, Photography, Positivity/Hope, Sadness

Subject

Alabama, Landscape/Nature/Outdoors, Mental health, Photography, Positivity/Hope, Sadness

Covid-19 Archive Collection(s)

Carleton Dispersed: Photos of the Covid-19 pandemic from across the country

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Carleton Dispersed: Photos of the Covid-19 pandemic from across the country

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