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AMELIA BRYNE
visual anthropology

AMELIA BRYNE
VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY

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The films, images, and texts on this site have been made over a span of 10 years; some are still in progress. Most are fragments of everyday life - both mine, and others - fragments of what it is like to be living now. The pieces range from feature-length non-fiction films, to short films exploring singular ideas, to still-image portraits, to video stills, and cultural commentaries.

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The name of this site -- whole fragment -- is inspired by this comment on media-making:

“Dissolution, fragmentation, simultaneity, decomposition – these are words in the service not of obfustication but of clarification. They denote not escape from reality, but a more fundamental analysis by a dissection of its ever growing complexity.” -Film as a Subversive Art by Amos Vogel, 1974