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Stephen Shore - Aesthetic Intelligence


Along with William Eggleston, Stephen Shore was one of the pioneering American photographers who showed that colour photography was a genuine vehicle to  show photography as a form of artistic expression. 2,350 more words

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Victor Burgin and Appropriations- Post Assignment 3 Research

As part of the feedback on assignment 3, The Reality and Illusion of Mannequins, my tutor suggested I look at the work of Victor Burgin *(1), a British conceptual artist who extensively explored the relationship between the apparent and implicit meaning of images in the 1970s. 2,155 more words

Research And Reflection

Writing 101, Day One: Unlock the Mind

So, a free write for twenty minutes. hm

I’m unsure of what to type, i mean it was raining but that recently stopped and i can hear the song birds doing their thing. 232 more words

Assignment 3 Tutor Feedback

Overall Comments

This was one of the strongest and most visually interesting submissions I have seen for this assignment to date ! It was a really interesting themed body of work. 1,024 more words

Research And Reflection

Reading Photographs

Reading Photographs, an introduction to the theory and meaning of images (1) is a helpful primer introducing a wide range of subjects from semiotics to ethics. 1,870 more words

Research And Reflection

Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore became a huge inspiration for me at the beginning of the year. I am compelled by the humbleness of his stark pictures: The bareness of normality. 117 more words

Artist Research

Quotes: Stephen Shore - Uncommon Places

Stephen Shore

Uncommon Places

By Stephen Schmidt-Wulffen


“Over the course of the next eleven years Shore undertook many such summer trips , shooting hundreds of photographs similar to those of his first journey: parking lots, crossroads, houses and every so often an interior, or even a portrait. 889 more words