Formative feedback Student name Shaun Mullins Student number 512659 Course/Unit Self and Other Assignment number 4 Type of tutorial Audio-Visual Overall Comments A useful attempt to wrestle with the subjectivity of the photograph. A well referenced essay. Assignment 2 and 4 Assessment potential I understand your aim is to go forContinue reading “Formative Feedback for Assignment 4”
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Final Project – Essay.
Behind this laughing mask of mine. Firstly, I would like to apologies to my audience with regards to my artistic project, for I am asking you to interpret my images as I see them. To be seen to represent an invisible metaphor for the political identity of self, but a photograph is not a literalContinue reading “Final Project – Essay.”
Picture This How Pictures Work
Picture This How Pictures Work, 2000, Molly Bang, San Francisco: Chronicle Books LLC. ISBN: 978-1-58717-030-0. I purchased this book in my charity shop. This is a great little book that takes you back to basics. Using just shapes and colours, Molly Bang deconstructs composition and examines each element that makes a good picture work. TheContinue reading “Picture This How Pictures Work”
Summary for Part 6: Pre-Assessment Tutorial.
Untitled, (2021) Shaun Mullins. For my final assignment I had decided to explore ideas of the politics of self with masks as metaphor for the front that we all put up when with others. This front is a kind of guard that protects as well as projects. At the time of preparing and conducting thisContinue reading “Summary for Part 6: Pre-Assessment Tutorial.”
Assignment 6 – Final Project
Behind this laughing mask of mine 2020 – 2021 ‘Every profound spirit needs a mask’ Nietzsche, Beyond Good an Evil, 1888. In the politics of self we put up a front to others, and this is worn as a type of mask that projects as well as it guards. For identity we wear many masksContinue reading “Assignment 6 – Final Project”
Notes from my video link with my Tutor
My Tutor made four recommendations for my essay. One was simply a typo error the second was to refer to the various types of handmade drawings and the third and forth was to add some quotes to reinforce my statements. From: – The idea that the camera ‘never lies’ started at the very beginning ofContinue reading “Notes from my video link with my Tutor”
After You Dearest Photography, Reflections on the work of Francesca Woodman (1998) By David Lee Strauss
Francesca Woodman, Self-portrait, (1977) Strauss looks at the work by the artist Francesca Woodman, many of her pictures were self portraits. Sadly Woodman took her own life, whilst still only 22 years old. This latter fateful knowledge cannot help influencing the way we view her art. Because these are photographs, “evidence of a novel kind,”Continue reading “After You Dearest Photography, Reflections on the work of Francesca Woodman (1998) By David Lee Strauss”
A critical reflection.
My brief The readings, research and exercises should have led you to think about self portraiture in a variety of ways. Some practitioners deliberately play with ideas of fluidity and multiple selves, whilst still being anchored to a nominal self. Selfies, often used as self promotion, are intimately linked to their intended audience. Create aContinue reading “A critical reflection.”