Institutional member of Association of Photographers in Higher Edcuation
About Caroline Molloy
PhD Candidate at the History and Theory of Photographic Research, Birkbeck, University of London. Interdisciplinary research (photography, visual anthropology, visual-sociology) that investigates vernacular photographies as memetic devices, in the context of cultural, social, aesthetic and political significance. She is particularly interested in the photographic studio as a politicised space.
She regularly writes for Photomonitor, 1000words and New West-Midland Arts. Alongside of this, she is a Senior Lecturer in Photography. Research interests: Photography, Visual Anthopology, Visual Culture, Visual Sociology, Post- Colonialism, Orientalism, Transcultural Identity and Transvisuality.