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New Hope - Titles


Childrens' morning recitation
Iron Ore, one side
Fayette furnace
Flamethrower

The postcard caption reads "Sewing Room, Indian School, Carlisle, PA". - Dickinson College Archives & Special Collections. Circa 1907

Coal waste pile
Black Diamond - Anthracite
Coatesville, PA
Trophy
Ashland, PA
Flag-raising
Hamburg, PA
New Castle County
Miss First Frontier Circuit 2017, Bethlehem, PA
The PA Pipeline Project I
The PA Pipeline Project II
Blue Mountain and Northern Railroad
Shamokin, PA

United Methodist Youth, including Allie Mosley, stand together during a visit on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota where thousands of Native Americans and supporters have gathered to protest the laying of the Dakota Access Pipeline, 2016.

Allie Mosley, Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Princess 2017.



New Hope - Project description


New Hope follows the development of raw processing technologies in rural Pennsylvania. From archaic iron furnaces in the west, to steel factories in the east, New Hope associates photographs that embrace the history of ore, iron or anthracite, called the black diamond. The consequent transformation of the land due to the coal mining is alongside with the construction work of a natural gas pipeline in local communities. The demolition derby has to be part of this story on the development and the downturn of industries. Reconstitutions of the past are also popular events in the area. The flamethrower is from a reenactment of WWII. I decontextualize the photograph to give it a new meaning that emphasizes the violence in owning and exploiting the land. The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape tribe, in New Jersey, struggles today for its legal recognition. Allie Mosley was crowned Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Princess 2017.



Archival digital prints, sizes from 10x7´ in to 31x20 in´.

A selection of the series is exhibited at the collective show New Photography: inaugural national juried exhibition at the Academy Art Museum in Easton, MD, USA from April 14 to July 15, 2018.
   



© 2017 Juliette Angotti