Jennie Castle

Jennie Castle graduated from The University of Akron in 2006 with a degree in journalism and received her MFA in photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2017. Her photography is driven by curiosity in cultural structures and human behavior. She pursues projects that require self-examination as well as a critical study of social values. Her work has been shown in major cities throughout the US including Boston, Chicago, and Seattle.

I Can’t Remember my First Word

This series explores the connection between loss and memory through the depiction of domestic space. With every move, every house, every yard, new memories are added to a constructed space called home. Home, like a family album, is evidence of a life lived. Without material evidence, memories are threatened, and we risk losing part of ourselves. While making these photographs, I began to reflect on memories I will never recall, and the many false memories I hold dear; memories created by my mother’s voice or a photograph.

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