Locating and Encountering God: An Experimental Photography Essay [Special Feature]
Locating and Encountering God is an attempt to integrate and reconcile methods of visualising and writing about God objects and figures across the disciplines of anthropology, theology and philosophy. I attempt to demonstrate that the author’s position regarding the presence, absence, or role of God does not have to be predetermined to begin a meaningful discussion about the ways in which the potential of God informs the social, spatial and temporal fabrics of our realities; thus informing our sense of self and location in space-time-matter. The attempt to grapple with this notion was made both in writing and in art; it is not that one accompanies the other, but that both attempt to realise something symbiotically.
Leah Akot Mclaine Trinity College, University of Cambridge Volume 1, Issue 2, pp. 115–127
Published: January 20, 2023
Preferred citation: Mclaine, L. A. (2023). Locating and encountering God: An experimental photography essay. Cambridge Journal of Human Behaviour, 1(2), 115–127. https://www.cjhumanbehaviour.com/int0002