Assignment 5 – Reflection

Assignment 5 required a series of photographs that delivered information, in a narrative, drawing from and furthering previous experiential learning and research conducted to fulfil the requirements of Exercise 5.2. I have demonstrated excellent analytical skills in my transition through Exercise 5.2. They have been inclusive of the research within exercise 5.2 and furthermore in … More Assignment 5 – Reflection

Project 2, Photography as Information – Exercise 5.3

Exercise 5.3 Looking again at Henri Cartier Bresson’s photograph Behind the Gare Saint-Lazarre,  introduced earlier in the module (Part 3 Traces of Time, Project 3 – What Matters Is To Look) we are asked to say whether there is a ‘pivotal point’ to which the eye returns. The point, is surely, the place where the … More Project 2, Photography as Information – Exercise 5.3

Assignment 4 – Tutor Feedback and Reflection

Tutor’s Formative Feedback below k_gomersalasnmnt4 I felt that perhaps with this assignment I hadn’t been clearly articulated my intention and explained the images in the accompanying texts to the level that I wish I had been able to. I think I had found the experience of several self-portraits draining and quite emotionally difficult due to … More Assignment 4 – Tutor Feedback and Reflection

Project 2, Photography as Information – Research – Rinko Kawauchi’s Illuminance

Research Photography as Information If photographers are “in pursuit of possibilities that are still unexplored in the camera’s programme, in pursuit of informative, improbable images that have never been seen before,” (Flusser, (2000), P37, Towards A Philosophy of Photography) then photographers are shifting the form of information given in an image in order that a … More Project 2, Photography as Information – Research – Rinko Kawauchi’s Illuminance