Through a process of image juxtaposition and book construction, Pemberton’s work questions the aesthetics of memory and trauma, and explores their connection to the fundamental context of society. This narrative driven work explores personal trauma through a relationship between memory and photography. Processing existence through the peculiar eye of an autistic individual, Pemberton utilizes archival and contemporary image-making techniques to explore photography’s potential as a therapeutic tool. The work reflects a woman’s expression of time filled with the complexities of space and history.  

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