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I Journal: Dan Eldon

I Journal is a series based on people who use visual journals to record life experiences. Visual journals are dynamic art forms that present narratives that both personal and universal.

Rebekah Owens

on 13 March 2011

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Transcript of I Journal: Dan Eldon

I Journal: Dan Eldon Artist Activist Journalist Visual Journals "Lost in Africa" “To explore the unknown and the familiar, distant and near, and to record in details with the eyes of a child, any beauty, horror, irony, traces of utopia or Hell.” “What is the difference between exploring and being lost?” “It wasn't that we wanted to bring them the things because they were pathetic and couldn't do anything for themselves. It was because when we were there they were dancing for us, and the children just seemed so alive and happy ... the whole thing isn't a sympathy thing.” Global Citizen Student Transport Aid 1970-1993 Record life as it happens through images, text and narratives that are personal and universal. founded in 1990
supplied money, supplies and vehicles to rescue groups in Africa. Dan was in Somalia during the outbreak of the civil war in 1990. He was assigned by Reuters to Mogadisbu. Dan was the youngest photojournalist working for Reuters, and was well liked by the citizens of Mogadisbu. For every violent moment~ there is a peaceful one. Dan Eldon
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