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Part 5 Constructed realities and the fabricated image, Project 1: Setting the scene

Figure 1, Cindy Sherman taken from Centrefolds (1981)

Similar to film or theatre the tableau or staged photograph, “relies heavily upon a narrative for it’s reading….and…. 1,009 more words

Gregory Crewdson

Artist of the moment......Philip Lorca DiCorcia

Philp Lorca DiCorcia is a contemporary American photographer. Philip Lorca DiCorcia was born in Hartford, Connecticut in the year 1951. The style of the artist includes staging people in a certain way in order to tell a story. 186 more words

Philip-Lorca DiCorcia

I researched Philip-Lorca DiCorcia’s method of working while doing Context and Narrative (posting can be seen here) so I will only be adding a few points here that I may have missed back then. 370 more words


Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Avui he tornat a veure imatges d’aquest fotògraf americà. Una bèstia de la imatge, espectacular, deliciós i no se quants adjectius farien falta més per fer-vos entendre que és “el puto amo”. 13 more words


The Gaze

John Berger argues that “the reciprocal nature of vision is more fundamental than that of spoken language” (1 p.9) . Small children ask whether people on the television can see them but have to learn that covering their eyes fails to make them invisible when playing hide and seek; do we know or do we learn at an early age that the gaze is reciprocal? 905 more words

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