Gillian Wearing is an artist who has used masks in her projects. Gillian Wearing, Confess All On Video. Don’t Worry You Will Be In Disguise. Intrigued? Call Gillian…, 1994. In this project, Wearing advertised in the London magazine, Time Out using the above words from her title as part of her advertisement. She providing masksContinue reading “Gillian Wearing”
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Assignment 3 – Different Selves
The greatest journey we make is life, from this odyssey we build our own unique collage that we call identity. “I am multiples of myself.” If I am to ask myself who am I? My true answer would be more complex than simply Shaun Mullins. So who am I? I am a child; I’m youngContinue reading “Assignment 3 – Different Selves”
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.”
Exercise 3.3 – Becoming Someone Else
From a man about the house to a man about town.
Summary for Part 1, Looking at Them – The Representation of the Other.
I began this section with a preliminary exercise as a kind ice breaker in which I took photographs of people incognito and this really reaffirmed my discomfort of street photography which I think has become much harder to practise in our modern society that is now always under the gaze of CCTV and the worldContinue reading “Summary for Part 1, Looking at Them – The Representation of the Other.”
Daniel Meadows was at University with Martin Parr and collaborated together on a project called June Street (1973) (blogged separately). He took a lot of what looks like street style photography in the 1970’s and from some of these he has been able to trace some of these people and has taken photographs of themContinue reading “Daniel Meadows”
Preliminary Exercise: The Clandestine Camera
For this exercise, I took photographs of people who were unaware of being subjects of photography. This exercise was (for me) not a comfortable project. I therefore decided that I would try to respect my subject’s privacy, as best I could. At the time I set out to accomplish this exercise it was at theContinue reading “Preliminary Exercise: The Clandestine Camera”