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Alternative Same Background Different Model Exercise

Groups of people are often labelled as a single entity; the crowd, the audience, a rally, a march, the team and we often view them in that way, seeing the crowded pavement as one organism without consciously identifying the individuals within the crowd.  159 more words


Philip-Lorca DiCorcia

Just a few notes on DiCorcia’s working methodology:

  • Dicorcia’s work is a mixture of documentary and staged tableaux for which is best known
  • Well known for his use of lighting in street photography…
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Research And Reflection

Covert Exercise

It is strange how occasionally things come together. My lovely daughter got married last weekend and, whilst I didn’t want to spend too much time with a camera in my hand, I wanted a few pictures of my own from the day. 346 more words


Heads: Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Many photographers subscribe to the idea that a subject’s true nature can only be revealed if they are caught on camera unaware, unposed and therefore not manipulating or influencing the final representation. 1,105 more words

Research & Reflection


Whilst researching Philip-Lorca diCorsia I came across the concept of supermodernity and non-places. Ëlisabeth Couturier (1) believes that diCorsia’s photographs explore the environment of a uniform universe, stereotypical zones in which we play out essentially artificial lives crossing paths with other people without noticing them; spaces that the French anthropologist Marc Augé (2) described as non-places created by what he calls supermodernity. 844 more words

Research & Reflection

Research point: Gregory Crewdson

The course notes ask us to watch a short documentary piece on Crewdson that follows him working on a few example shoots, and consider the following questions: 505 more words

Research & Reflection

Katharina Dohm; Max Hollein (Hrsg.): Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Philip-Lorca diCorcia is the printed catalog for a retrospective exhibition of his work shown in Germany (2013) at Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt. 290 more words