Lived Mythologies takes on “mythologies” in Barthes’s sense – everyday objects, images, or experiences as touchstones that exemplify larger cultural beliefs and practices.
In this section:
Mornings in Italy by Allie Mullen
[untitled, Utrecht] by Sarah Johnson
Amidst a Pulaar Wedding – Tradition Rising by Ariel Vardy
Creating a New Hay Roof – Fewnugol by Ariel Vardy
On the Way to the Volcano by Nick Bragg
Dutch Suits by Karla Keyes
[Amsterdam sketches] by Tiffany Tao
Reykjavik is for Lovers by Nicholas Stillman
Miles by Maya Vega
Journal by Morgan Macri
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