Salvaged Narratives: War, Family, and Memory
This installation explores the transformative, or liminal, space between two contrasting narratives about war through a combination of audio, text, generative sculpture, and photographs. Spanning pre-war, war, and post-war periods of the 1940s, Salvaged Narratives traces the journey of a young man from newlywed to navy salvage diver to a father forever haunted by his memories of war.
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