found: “Swallow,” by Amy Hammond

“With this piece and the writing within it, I am treading on the fine line between sensations that accompany life experience such as: exhilaration and terror, fragility and strength, and anxiety verses anticipation. Within the videos are various translations of the same poem. By adding the different languages, I am working with the lack of clarity in communication and how that issue fits into the process of building connections and bonds.”

Amy Hammond is studying photography at Art Institute of Boston in Boston, Massachusetts (currently in the process of changing their name to Lesley University College of Art and Design) and working towards her Bachelor of Fine Arts, expected in May of 2015.

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