Tag: Case Studies

The Infraordinary within the Everyday

Locked in the confinement of my own space, in a time so unordinary, I explore and question the infraordinary. To discover what remains, what we don’t notice, what doesn’t call attention to...

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Art Theory: A Discussion on the Absent Body

Introduction ‘Every work of visual art is a representation of the body’ (Elkins 1999, p.1). Expanding on this statement I will go into discussions on the absent body and the invention of...

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Is Every Picture a Picture of the Body?

Introduction Within this discussion I will be responding to the question ‘is every picture a picture of the body?’. Firstly, I will be covering the theory of looking. Within this topic,...

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Jeff Wall: The Flooded Grave

The flooded grave, a Photograph created by Jeff Wall. This photograph is composed of 75 different 35mm Photographs that have been taken over a two-year period (1998-2000). Jeff uses state of...

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What is Surrealism Photography?

This study will discuss and raise many questions such as ‘What connects photography to a surrealism of the everyday?’, 'What makes the everyday so surreal?', furthermore 'How can one see...

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Jennicam: Exhibitionism and Solitude

Victor Burgin’s text discusses Jennifer Ringley’s concept of documentation to which he debates her use of exhibitionism and solitude. Jenni was the first woman to document her life through...

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