Critical reflection

For my final project I wanted to explore the idea of the politics of self. My idea was to employ masks to act as a form of metaphor for the ‘front’ that we put up, like a mask, to both disguise and project our identity to others. My original idea was to provide my subjectsContinue reading “Critical reflection”

Planning and Preparation

For this assignment, I have taken my Tutor’s suggestion of recruiting volunteers to be my subjects from beyond my friends and family. I am involved with a student group that meets by internet video link once a month and I put out a request for my fellow students to take part. This is my originalContinue reading “Planning and Preparation”

Critical reflection

My brief for assignment four was to write a 2500 word essay allowing +/- 10% not to include quotes and footnotes. Word count was: 2557. The font was to be standard font with 1.5 or double-lined spacing. I used Arial font set to 1.5 line spacing. Yes. Front page to be the title page withContinue reading “Critical reflection”

Pablo Picasso & George Braque’s artist’s statements.

I couldn’t find a formal manifesto by Pablo Picasso and George Braque but I found these artist statements: “Cubism is not a reality you can take in your hand. It’s more like a perfume, in front of you, behind you, to the sides, the scent is everywhere but you don’t quite know where it comesContinue reading “Pablo Picasso & George Braque’s artist’s statements.”

Exercise 2.2 – ‘Kept from View’

In today’s world and society there are still groups of people kept from view. Some are kept out of view by others for political or economic reasons and some through our own guilt. The Homeless. The mentally ill. Modern slavery/workers bonded to an employer by a dept. Families under the poverty line / the poor.Continue reading “Exercise 2.2 – ‘Kept from View’”

Joel Sternfeld

Joel Sternfeld, born 1944, famously uses a large format camera for his images. Sternfeld is most famous for his American road trip, published in to a book, American Prospects (1987). Sternfeld has also published books about social class and stereotypes in America (Stranger Passing (2001)), an abandoned elevated railway in New York (Walking the High Line (2002)), and SweetContinue reading “Joel Sternfeld”

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