Digital Image and Culture was my first level two photography course. The change in expectations from level one was quite pronounced however, I feel as though this has really forced me to expand my photographic practice.
In my feedback for assignment five, my tutor suggested that I include some of my kusudama research on my blog.
The second artist that my tutor suggest I consider in relation to constructing and materiality was Jessica Eaton.
In my written feedback for assignment five, my tutor suggested that I look at a couple of artists that work with ideas of constructing and materiality. The first artist that he recommended was Thomas Demand, specifically his Oval Office series.
Today I attended another workshop about photographic printing techniques. This workshop utilised the cyanotype and Van Dyke printing methods in order to create surrealist photographs.
Having recently attended two different events about the anthotype printing process, I have decided to have a go at processing my own photographs at home using these techniques.
Having recently done a workshop about the anthotype printing process, I was really excited to see that Nettie Edwards was doing a residency at Lacock Abbey this summer.
I wanted to include a quick photograph in my blog to show all nine of my completed kusudama together.
I recently attended a workshop about alternative photographic processes. The workshop covered three different techniques: making/using a pinhole camera, lumen printing and anthotypes.
I bought this book after visiting Basim Magdy’s exhibition, The stars were aligned for a century of new beginnings.