Andromeda

The photographic is the illusion of depth. Depth conveys to any image the illusion of the real. Depth extends into motion, which are both ultimately conventions that retain their respective dynamics through the simple positioning of body (or image of body) within the more global image we call the world. If this triad, depth, motion,…

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Farewell :-)

Stanley Cavell is quoted as saying: “Photography overcame subjectivity in a way undreamed of by painting, one which does not so much defeat the act of painting as escape it altogether: by automatism, by removing the human agent from the act of reproduction” (in SNYDER and ALLEN 1975: 145).  Yes, yet another trite comment about…

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Sustainable Prospects – Week 3

As part of the current module of studies, we were given the activity of preparing, over a nine-week period, a pitch to present to a real client. We were presented with five real briefs from real clients and we had to mark our first and second preference. I chose the two briefs set by City…

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