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Formative Feedback for Assignment 2

Formative feedback Student name        Shaun Mullins Student number                 512659 Course/Unit          Self and Other Assignment number          2 Type of tutorial  Audio-Visual     Overall Comments An assignment that meets the brief, engages with references and is based on useful research. Feedback on assignment Demonstration of technical and Visual Skills, Quality of Outcome, Demonstration ofContinue reading “Formative Feedback for Assignment 2”

Exercise – Just one day in my life.

My Tutor suggested documenting a day in my life using my camera. To simply take unplanned /uncontrolled snapshots throughout the day as a kind of sketch a natural forming narrative. The idea is to experiment with the method of free spontanious styled photography in order to see if it I like it and it suitsContinue reading “Exercise – Just one day in my life.”

My Tutor’s assessment – Assignment 2

In my video conference with my Tutor we discussed the style of work that I am using which is a controlled and planned method, my Tutor thought that this style worked for this project’s narrative. He could see the influence of artist such as Cindy Sherman and Jeff Wall who both create contrived pictures inContinue reading “My Tutor’s assessment – Assignment 2”

Planning Assignment 2

The Brief. Produce a story with a social theme. Your project should combine portraits, objects and spaces to describe your subject matter. You should produce between 8 – 12 images to demonstrate an ethical practice. My idea for this assignment is to produce a photo essay about my time as a furloughed employee. This isContinue reading “Planning Assignment 2”

Questioning Identity: Gender, Class, Nation.

Kath Woodward, (ed.) (2000) Questioning Identity: Gender, Class, Nation, London: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-22288-5. This publication is part a series of books for the study of social science through the Open University, published in 2000 it is probably a little dated now as it pulls from examples no later than the 1990s. However, as a bookContinue reading “Questioning Identity: Gender, Class, Nation.”