Lorene Delany-Ullman visited our class, where she read from her new book, Camouflage for the Neighborhood, described her writing practice, and told us about a prose/photography collaboration project she's been working on the past few years.
She also showed us photographs of the method she used to put together her book, which looked more like collage than linear process:
Saved, which is a collaboration between herself and the East Coast photographer Jody Servon. This project was similar to the sorts of things we do in this class. It was a pleasure to have her visit us and share her work. Her book, especially for those interested in the history of the personal and geopolitical intersections of Southern California's defense industry, is worth seeking out.
VVP: Art 434 & Engl. 410
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