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ARTIST STATEMENT

Hedy Bach Photography

for me it’s vulnerability and reciprocity…it’s all practice…

As an imagemaker I study how things look and sound. I work daily with my camera and words to compose beautiful “thought things” as one way to form ideas to inspire reflection and rumination, perhaps start a conversation.

My photographs are almost all allegories about my understandings of human desire for settlement…of spaces and places in which people and things fit together. I try to negotiate my subjectivities of looking and composing my “thought things” with Scruton’s ideas of why beauty matters…to see the remedy of beauty as an instrument of peace.

  • Please acknowledge my images and words…it’s the right thing to do…“No reproduction is permitted without the photographer’s written authorization.” https://capic.org/copyright-laws/

Updated by Hedy Bach, PhD
2017-05-05

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS and WORKSHOPS.

BOOKS

Bach, H. (1998). A visual narrative concerning, curriculum, girls, photography etc. Edmonton, QUAL Institute Press. Reprinted 2007 by Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Bach, H. (2007). Composing visual narrative inquiry. In D. J. Clandinin. (Ed.), Handbook of narrative inquiry: Mapping a methodology. Thousands Oaks, CA. SAGE. pp. 280-307.

Bach, H. (2012). Learning with horses: Echoes of emotions. In Images and Echoes: Exploring your life with photography. Edited by R. Jevne.

REFEREED ARTICLES

Bach, H & Kennedy, M. (2009). Teachings from a Kiskinohamatokamikohk: Learning from children’s photographs. Post narrative presentation at the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts. Edmonton, Alberta. April 2nd to 18th, 2009.

Bach, H. (2008). Visual narrative inquiry. In Given, L. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Baydala, L, & N, Letourneau & H. Bach (2008). Lessons Learned Through Research with Mother Earth’s Children’s Charter School. PIMATISIWIN: A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health.

Bach, H. (2001). The place of the photograph in visual narrative research. Afterimage. (29) 03, 7.  https://www.questia.com/library/journal/1G1-80757500/the-place-of-the-photograph-in-visual-narrative-research

Bach, H. (2001). Zines: Teaching for openings in visual education. The Canadian Art Teacher. 21-36.

Bach, H., M. Kennedy & J.R. Mickelson (1999). Bodies at work: Sensory knowing. Teaching Education. (10) 2, 24-36.

Bach, H., & J.R. Mickelson (1997). Significant strands from a teaching partnership. Journal of Professional Studies. (5) 1, 18‑28.

Bach, H. (1997). Seen any good movies?: Creating space to talk about popular culture. Canadian Social Studies. (31) 2, 87‑89.

Bach, H. (1995). Reflections on listening to girls’ voices: If not now, when? Teaching Education. (7) 1, 10

REFEREED SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS

Bach, H. (2008). Composing a visual narrative. Paper presented at the annual IIQM meeting of Advanced Qualitative Methods. Banff, October.

Bach, H. & L. Baydala, (2006). The place of visual narrative inquiry in evaluative research. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Caritas Research Day of Integrating Research into Clinical Practice. Edmonton. January.

Bach, H. (2003). A visual narrative: Children as Imagemakers with horses. Paper/poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Studies in Education. Halifax, June.

Bach, H. (2001). A visual narrative: A look at animal‑assisted research work in curriculum. Multi‑media Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, April.

Bach, H. (2001). Teaching for openings in visual studies: A theory practice di/vision. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, April.

Bach, H. (2001). What’s a zine? Creating spaces for openings. Roundtable presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, April.

Bach, H., & J.R Mickelson & M. Kennedy. (2000). Fleshing out Narrative Inquiry. Performance/ Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April.

Bach, H. (2000). Children as Imagemakers with horses. Poster/Paper will be presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April.

Bach, H. (1999). Breast wishes: A visual narrative. Poster/Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, April.

Bach, H. (1998). Making schoolgirl culture: Evading the evaded. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, April.

Bach, H. (with M. Kennedy & J.R. Mickelson) (1997). Bodies at work: Sensory knowing. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

Bach, H. (with J.R. Mickelson). (1997). Reconceiving the body. Paper presented at the annual meeting for International Conference on Teacher Research, National‑Louis University, March.

Bach, H. (1997). Visual narratives: Contests of meaning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Teacher Research, National‑Louis University, March.

Bach, H. (1996). Schoolgirls: Visual narratives of the evaded curriculum. Poster presented at the meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Brock University, June.

Bach, H. (with M. Horowitz & J.R. Mickelson) (1996). So you want to be a teacher educator: Who do we learn from? Paper presented as part of a Canadian Association of Teacher Education symposium on Constructing identities: Alternatives in Teacher Education at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Brock University, June.

Bach, H. (1996). Visual narratives: Viewing the evaded curriculum. Multi‑media paper presented at the annual meeting of the Conference on Qualitative Research in Education, University of Georgia. January.

Bach, H. (with M. Horowitz & J.R. Mickelson) (1996). Partnership terrains: Realm of quiet transformations. Multi‑media paper presented at the annual meeting of the Conference on Qualitative Research in Education, University of Georgia. January.

Bach, H. (1996). Troubling photography. A roundtable paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association Invisible College, New York, April.

Bach, H. (1996). Visual narratives: Not a basic photograph. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, April.

Bach, H. (1996). Visual narratives: Girls dancing with the evaded curriculum. A roundtable paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, April.

Bach, H. (with M. Kennedy) (1995). Questions of method and ethics: Framing narrative texts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Teacher Research. University of California, Davis. April.

REFEREED SCHOLARLY WORKSHOPS

Bach, H. (2009). An introduction to composing visual narrative inquiry. For the 9th Annual Thinking Qualitatively Workshop Series at the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology. June, 2009.

Bach, H. (2008). Embracing emotion in qualitative research. For the 9th Annual Thinking Qualitatively Workshop Series at the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology. June, 2008.

Bach, H. (2008). An introduction to composing visual narrative inquiry. For the 8th Annual Thinking Qualitatively Workshop Series at the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology. June, 2008.

Bach, H. (2008). The place of photography in qualitative research. For the 8th Annual Thinking Qualitatively Workshop Series at the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology. June, 2008.

Bach, H. (2007). The place of photography in qualitative research. For the 7th Annual Thinking Qualitatively Workshop Series at the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology. July, 2007.

Bach, H. (2007). An introduction to composing visual narrative inquiry. For the 7th Annual Thinking Qualitatively Workshop Series at the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology. July, 2007.

Bach, H. (2006). The place of photography in qualitative research. For the 6th Annual Thinking Qualitatively Workshop Series at the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology. June, 2006.

Bach, H. (2005). Zines eh? Constructing knowledge in the secondary classroom. Workshop for the Canadian Society for Education through Art and the Fine Arts Council. University of Alberta. October 21.

Bach, H. (2005). Composing visual narrative texts. For the 5th Annual Thinking Qualitatively Workshop Series at the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology. July, 2006.

Bach, H. & M. Kennedy, (2004). Creative teambuilding through visual art and literature. Workshop for the Cross Cancer Institute. University Hospital. October, 16.

Bach, H. (2004). Zines eh? Constructing knowledge in the secondary classroom. Workshop for the 29th MacEwan Educational assistant conference. Grant MacEwan. February 20 & 21.

Bach, H. & M. Kennedy, (2004). VISUALEYEZ: Exploring artmaking through Canadian children’s literature . Workshop for the 29th MacEwan Educational assistant conference. Grant MacEwan. February 20 & 21.

Bach, H. (2003). A look at visual narrative inquiry. Workshop for the Centre for Research and Teacher Education. University of Alberta. November 8 and 22.

Bach, H. (2002). So it’s Friday afternoon art. Workshop for 2002 Education Student’s Union Career Day. University of Alberta. January.

Bach, H. (2001). What’s a zine: Creating spaces of possibility in visual studies. Workshop for Professional Growth Conference. Field Services U of Alberta. November.

Bach, H. (2001). Creating clayworks of hope. Workshop on clay for the Hope Foundation Retreat. Strawberry Creek, Alberta. October.

Bach, H. & G. Millar. (1999 – 2004) Workshops for Horse sense: Effective communication with horses as our teachers. Sherwood Park, AB. Canada.

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  1. Just letting you know that I’ve nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award as I find your site extremely inspiring. If you choose to accept, then check out the rules here: http://imageearthblog.com/2016/01/23/very-inspiring-blogger-award/ cheers, Nilla

  2. Just been looking at your Tumblr page http://hedybach.tumblr.com/ (yeah, I stalked you a little after noticing you Liking my posts) and I have to say that you take a marvellous photograph. Lovely eye for detail and framing and … well, you are capturing wonder and sharing it with the world – thanks for that.
    Kindness – Robert.

  3. I hope you don’t mind very much that I have nominated you for the Mystery Blog Award … for me it is nothing more than a way to say thank you for the inspiration I get …

  4. dear Viennese such a sloppy delayed response…i’m so humbled to be nominated…i graciously decline to pursue the award but i am truly honoured to be nominated! compose a happy day…look forward to seeing more of your posts and beautiful works ~ smiles hedy

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