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Joanne Mullin

Untitled from the series Refuge

Course: BA HONS PHOTOGRAPHY, University of Ulster

Refuge explores the nature of domestic conflict by examining shelters across Northern Ireland. It is a contemplative observation of a temporary place that allows for women and children to have a period of transition. The series represents the psychology of the shelter space both as a place that contains a trace of the inhabitants’ stories, and one, that despite every attempt to make it feel like home, still has a resonance of the building’s true purpose. Joanne Mullin 2012

www.joannemullin.info


Untitled from the series Refuge.

Course: BA HONS PHOTOGRAPHY, University of Ulster

Refuge explores the nature of domestic conflict by examining shelters across Northern Ireland. It is a contemplative observation of a temporary place that allows for women and children to have a period of transition. The series represents the psychology of the shelter space both as a place that contains a trace of the inhabitants’ stories, and one, that despite every attempt to make it feel like home, still has a resonance of the building’s true purpose. Joanne Mullin 2012

www.joannemullin.info


Untitled from the series Refuge.

Course: BA HONS PHOTOGRAPHY, University of Ulster

Refuge explores the nature of domestic conflict by examining shelters across Northern Ireland. It is a contemplative observation of a temporary place that allows for women and children to have a period of transition. The series represents the psychology of the shelter space both as a place that contains a trace of the inhabitants’ stories, and one, that despite every attempt to make it feel like home, still has a resonance of the building’s true purpose. Joanne Mullin 2012

www.joannemullin.info


Untitled from the series Refuge.

Course: BA HONS PHOTOGRAPHY, University of Ulster

Refuge explores the nature of domestic conflict by examining shelters across Northern Ireland. It is a contemplative observation of a temporary place that allows for women and children to have a period of transition. The series represents the psychology of the shelter space both as a place that contains a trace of the inhabitants’ stories, and one, that despite every attempt to make it feel like home, still has a resonance of the building’s true purpose. Joanne Mullin 2012

www.joannemullin.info


Untitled from the series Refuge.

Course: BA HONS PHOTOGRAPHY, University of Ulster

Refuge explores the nature of domestic conflict by examining shelters across Northern Ireland. It is a contemplative observation of a temporary place that allows for women and children to have a period of transition. The series represents the psychology of the shelter space both as a place that contains a trace of the inhabitants’ stories, and one, that despite every attempt to make it feel like home, still has a resonance of the building’s true purpose. Joanne Mullin 2012

www.joannemullin.info


Untitled from the series Refuge.

Course: BA HONS PHOTOGRAPHY, University of Ulster

Refuge explores the nature of domestic conflict by examining shelters across Northern Ireland. It is a contemplative observation of a temporary place that allows for women and children to have a period of transition. The series represents the psychology of the shelter space both as a place that contains a trace of the inhabitants’ stories, and one, that despite every attempt to make it feel like home, still has a resonance of the building’s true purpose. Joanne Mullin 2012

www.joannemullin.info


Untitled from the series Refuge.

Course: BA HONS PHOTOGRAPHY, University of Ulster

Refuge explores the nature of domestic conflict by examining shelters across Northern Ireland. It is a contemplative observation of a temporary place that allows for women and children to have a period of transition. The series represents the psychology of the shelter space both as a place that contains a trace of the inhabitants’ stories, and one, that despite every attempt to make it feel like home, still has a resonance of the building’s true purpose. Joanne Mullin 2012

www.joannemullin.info


Untitled from the series Refuge.

Course: BA HONS PHOTOGRAPHY, University of Ulster

Refuge explores the nature of domestic conflict by examining shelters across Northern Ireland. It is a contemplative observation of a temporary place that allows for women and children to have a period of transition. The series represents the psychology of the shelter space both as a place that contains a trace of the inhabitants’ stories, and one, that despite every attempt to make it feel like home, still has a resonance of the building’s true purpose. Joanne Mullin 2012

www.joannemullin.info


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