Category Archives: Creative Digital Practice

DVD Biblography

Books The burden of Representation, 1988, John Tagg, Palgrave Macmillan Family, 2004, Lee Friedlander, Steidl The Brown Sisters, 1999, Nicholas Nixon, Thames and Hudson Ltd, London Album: The Portraits of Duane Michals 1958-1988, 1988, Duane Michals, Twelvetrees Video Genius of … Continue reading

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My DVD Presentation

I have found this task quite difficult, the hardest part for me was scripting the video and making it the correct length. I had to cut some parts out so that it continued along one line of thought and made … Continue reading

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Nixon’s Brown Sisters

A particular series I have become interested in is from a book and is entitled ‘The Brown Sisters’ by Nicholas Nixon. Below is a link to the Zabriskie Gallery website that gives a brief description and selection of images from … Continue reading

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Friedlander

Lee Friedlander’s book ‘Family’ (seen left) exhibits a series of images Friedlander has taken over a long period of time, documenting his family members. This series acts as a narrative, the photos being in chronological order. The series starts with … Continue reading

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My Kodak Brownie Six-20 Model D

Today I found a Six-20 Brownie Model D camera in a charity shop, for £6, it’s in great condition so I thought it was worth buying. The film for this camera (Six-20) was discontinued, but because I was looking at … Continue reading

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Jason Salavon

I have just come across some really interesting digital work by Jason Salavon. The images I am interested in are his ‘amalgamations‘ which includes many different series of photos, which all use the same technique of merging many photos into … Continue reading

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Richard Hamilton ‘For the Finest Art, Try Pop’, 1961

To read the text, click here. This text briefly explores the meaning and uses of fine art, or more so, the loss of use for fine art, and how it has become useful once again through the Dada and Pop … Continue reading

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