À propos du livre
This book details the Burmese ceremony of Shinbyu, which is the Buddhist initiation ceremony for novice monks. The rite of passage is visually chronicled with a unique twist; it is told through her own son. The ceremony
takes place in his father's village, which is located in a remote destination in the far north of the country. Her son, Yarrow is half Burmese and has grown up between two very different worlds, that of America and that of Myanmar. Together, mother and son explore how this dynamic has shaped his outlook on his young life so far.
Antara is an exploration that deals with the intersection of countries, culture, and family. It is a celebration of lineage and tradition, while also embracing the art of one’s individuality and diversity.
Published by BM of Naga publications
Caractéristiques et détails
- Catégorie principale: Livres d'art et de photographie
- Catégories supplémentaires Photographie artistique, Religion et spiritualité
Format choisi: Petit carré, 18×18 cm
# de pages: 126
- Couverture rigide, jaquette: 9780578722597
- Date de publication: juil 01, 2020
- Langue English
- Mots-clés buddhism, photography, myanmar, burma
Bethanie Mitchell is an independent documentary photographer, author, journalist, and artist, as well as an educator currently based in Seattle, Washington. She is interested in the aftermath of conflict and human resilience—she works on projects and assignments while also teaching photography workshops. She lived in both India and Myanmar for nearly six years and has an in-depth understanding of the region. She speaks conversational Burmese and is studying Arabic at university. When she isn't working on photographic projects she is an open water endurance swimmer.