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Third-Eyed Jesus

Nearing the far to the end. The planets continue to circle, the nights to days. The breaths of the bodies, the headaches, the pains. The excitements, the joy, the wondering laughs. 445 more words


Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s work falls somewhere between documentary and staged or tableau photography. His choice of lighting gives his images a cinematic quality where the narrative straddles the line between fact and fiction. 366 more words


Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Throughout diCorcia’s work, there is a clear consistency in which he isolates the individuals in his photographs. Often using lighting to do this as it instantly catches our attention and draws us to the expressionless faces. 557 more words


assignment 2 - consolidating the exercises

What follows are some of the ways the research strands I have been following for the past couple of months have fed into my submission for assignment 2, Vice Versa. 1,896 more words

Identity & Place

Other odds and sods...

What with this being an official course, I have to cover some official stuff in order to pass it. So here goes.

HEALTH & SAFETY… 2,041 more words


Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Philip-Lorca diCorica first came to prominence in the late 1970s when he started creating carefully staged tableaux using family and friends to create pictures that were intended to make the viewer think they were spontaneous shots of someone’s everyday life. 902 more words

Research And Reflection

Artist: Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Philip-Lorca diCorcia is the second artist I am looking at for Part 1, preliminary exercise.

In my own work I have come to equate lighting with commercial work and ambient only to noncommercial – it’s a simplistic categorisation but we all start somewhere! 648 more words

OCA Self & Other