Susan Andrews

Susan Andrews is an Emeritus Reader in Photography and the East End Archive Project Coordinator at the School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University. She is a writer, curator and practicing photographer whose research interests include the family, home, perception and memory, focusing on the boundaries between public and private worlds. Her work has  been published and exhibited widely, including at The International Incheon Women Artists’ BiennaleThe National Portrait Gallery, London and at The Geffrye Museum where she collaborated with visual anthropologist, Dr Inge Daniels to co-curate the immersive exhibition At Home in Japan - Beyond the Minimal House. Daniels and Andrews have worked on two books together, The Japanese House – Material Culture in the Modern Home and What are Exhibitions for? – An Anthropological Approach. Andrews current research is focused on photography of the East End of London from the 1960s to the present day.






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