Talk Archive – “From Tyndrum to Timbuktu: The Creative Path and the Ritual Process” — Alexandra Huddleston

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For those who missed my talk yesterday, you can watch an archived version – see the links below. It should be of particular interest for those interested in photography and landscape, walking art, pilgrimage, Timbuktu, and ritual processes. Find the archive by scrolling down the CIR Santa Fe l

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Alexandra Huddleston

Alexandra Huddleston (she/her) is a conceptual landscape photographer and installation artist whose interest in exploring landscape and culture in a wide array of global settings comes from her own international upbringing. She was born in Freetown, Sierra...

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