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Running Wild

Running Wild by Frances Kearney

Running Wild
Frances Kearney
Norfolk Museums


48 pages
ISBN: 978-0-90310-183-7


Kearney’s work references painting, literature, film, art history and contemporary culture with a particular interest in solitude, stillness, the journey from girlhood to womanhood and the complex ever-increasing challenges of maneuvering ones way through the sonic overload of today’s Modern Capitalist society. Her book ‘Running Wild’ has accompanying essays by the renowned psychologist Adam Philips, Martin Barnes; Head of Photography at the Victoria & Albert Museum and Amanda Geitner; curator at the Sainsbury Centre, Norwich.

Frances Kearney was born in Norfolk, UK, in 1970. She holds a Masters in Fine Art Photography, from the Royal College of Art.