Compassion Fatigue

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Compassion Fatigue in daily life…

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In the wake of the Boston bombings and the media surrounding it, especially the American media – NBC this morning are doing 4 solid hours of the investigation, playing footage back to back etc – Please take a moment to think about the idea of Compassion Fatigue. ‘Compassion Fatigue’ is characterised by a gradual lessening […]

Exhibition Opening – Compassion Fatigue

Thanks to everyone who attended the opening of my latest work ‘Compassion Fatigue’ at the Chrissie Cotter Gallery, it was a great night! The exhibition is open Wed-Sun 11-6:30pm until the 17th of Feb! Hope to see you there! ‘Compassion Fatigue’ is characterised by a gradual lessening of compassion over time and can exhibit in […]

Exhibition

The latest work by Sydney photographer Meredith Schofield titled, ‘Compassion Fatigue’ will open Feb 6 at the Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Camperdown and runs until the Feb 17. The work explores the concept of ‘compassion fatigue’ which is characterised by a gradual lessening of compassion over time. Compassion fatigue can exhibit in people as a lessened […]

Compassion Fatigue

Call for Volunteers – October

The Compassion Fatigue project I am working on is going very well! Thank you to all those who have volunteered so far. If you would like to volunteer for this project I have times available in October! If you would like to be apart of this project and are willing to give up half an […]

Call for Volunteers – September 2012

The Compassion Fatigue project I am working on is going very well! Thank you to all those who have volunteered so far, all the time slots for August are full, but don’t fret as I have more time slots for you all for September! If you would like to be apart of this project and […]

Call for Volunteers!

Call for Volunteers Hello everyone! I am currently looking for Volunteers for my current work titled ‘Compassion Fatigue.’ The work is a multimedia piece consisting of video and still photographs. ‘Compassion Fatigue’ explores how individuals react to disturbing imagery shown to them on a loop for 18 minutes. It records how their reactions change from […]