Gemma-Rose Turnbull
Gemma-Rose Turnbull

Research Topic:

Translating co-authored production into representation methodologies in socially engaged documentary photographic projects.

Supervisors:

Dr Sally Butler (University of Queensland), Dr Natalie Collie (University of Queensland) and Dr Marnie Badham (University of Melbourne)

About Gemma-Rose:

Gemma-Rose Turnbull instigates photo-based projects that examine how the integration of collaborative strategies can catalyse social change agendas. She is a PhD candidate at The University of Queensland, Australia, and was a Scholar in Residence in the Art and Social Practice MFA program at Portland State University. She writes at Photography As A Social Practice.

Research Interests:

Photo-based Social Practice, Socially Engaged Art Practices, Visual Activism, Collaborative and Participatory Methodologies in Documentary Photography, Documentary Photography.

Publications:

“Exploring the Tension Between Process And Product in Photo-based Collaborations,” in Beyond the impasse: New thinking in communication and social change, Nordicom Journal (special edition), Ed. Dr Pradip Thomas

The Questions We Ask Together. (Ed.) Portland, OR: OE In Print.

The Disposable Camera Project, Melbourne, VIC: Colour Box Studio.

A discussion of socially engaged, transdisciplinary, and expanded practices in contemporary photography, (in collaboration with Pete Brook, Eliza Gregory, Mark Strandquist), New York, NY: A Social Practice.

Talk to the Gun, (Ed.) Portland, OR: Publication Studio.

Red Light Dark Room; Sex, lives and stereotypes, Melbourne, VIC: G-R.Turnbull.

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