FISH STORY ALLAN SEKULA

You don’t have to live by the sea to learn more about its impact on the world and human life! Allan Sekula’s Fish Story is a photographic and well-written documentation of Sekula’s life-long pursuit to use critical realism to showcase the complete and complex articulation of how the ocean has impacted globalization and internationalization. With a dedication to traditional documentary photography, Sekula uses Fish Story to explain the connection between containerized cargo movement and the growing internationalization of the world’s industrial economy. Digging even deeper, Sekula’s Fish Story also explores the effects of a globalized oceanic market on the social spaces created within seaports. Beginning its story in the late eighties and finishing in the mid-nineties, Fish Story is both a documentary and historical telling of how the ocean affects the global economy.

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