Visual Anthropology

Exhibits

Schwules
A visitor looks at photographs by Austin Bryan and Keith King in the “Aflooton” exhibition at the Schwules Museum in Berlin.

The Lightest Shade of Aflooton” (2017) Schwules Museum, Berlin, Germany

Keith King and I began in 2015 visually documenting the diversity of Uganda’s “kuchu” (LGBT) community. This has resulted in the production of hundreds of photographs. A selection of this work appeared in “The Lightest Shade of Aflooton” at the Schwules Museum in Berlin, Germany. The exhibition focused on the experiences of queer refugees. Click here to view a selection of images from 2016.


I Am Other” (2016) Schwules Kommunikations und Kulturzentrum Sub Zentrum, Munich, Germany

“I Am Other” (with Keith King) was an exhibition at the Schwules Kommunikations und Kulturzentrum Sub Zentrum in Munich, Germany in December 2016. The exhibition focused on transgender identities in Uganda’s kuchu community with excerpts from interviews a part of my larger ethnographic project. Click here to view a selection of images from 2016.

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Visitors look at photographs by Austin Bryan and Keith King in the “I Am Other” exhibition at theSchwules Kommunikations und Kulturzentrum Sub Zentrum in Munich (2016).

 

 

Films (Creative)

one of them” (2016) Austin Bryan, Devan Feeney, Matt Kubota, and Allison Press

The film was a finalist in the 2016 Campus Movie Festival at North Carolina State University. It depicts a visual representation of the original poem “one of them” by the filmmakers: Austin Bryan, Devan Feeney, Matt Kubota, and Allison Press. All editing, cinematography, and writing was executed by the filmmakers and produced within the 1-week time constraint of the film festival. View it here.

Producing NC State’s Student Newspaper” (2016) Austin Bryan

This 3-minute film gives a glimpse into the production of North Carolina State University’s daily student newspaper with an interview with Editor-in-Chief Ravi Chittila. View it here.

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