The poem, Fire and Ice, talks about the extremity between two elements and the possibility of mass destruction. The extremity in the poem reminds me of the mental state of mankind. I personally believe that the destruction of earth will not be caused by nature, but rather in the hands of man. We take things for granted Read more →
TASK 1: ME Imperfections These photos put emphasis on the imperfections in life. We are constantly seeking perfection in our lives. As a perfectionist who is constantly trying to fighting imperfections, these series of photographs aim to amplify the beauty in imperfection. We are always quick to spot imperfections and make unsupported judgements of the people around us. Read more →
For Project 1A, I have taken 3 photographs for each task to represent my thoughts and process. I wish to express my dreams, reality and comfort zone with a tint of nostalgic through these series of images.
Task 1 – Me
For the first task, I chose the location to be my room, taken at the golden hour Read more →
Task 1: Me
The first photo mainly represents my passion for travelling and finding adventure. The LEGO campervan represents my dream of wanting to gather a bunch of friends, and going on a road trip in another country in the future aimed with just a map and getting lost. It also shows the items that document my adventures to share Read more →
The first series of photographs depict clouds, drawings taped on a wall beside a bed and an illuminated fairy light. Why I chose these photos is because they represent the parts of me that others are not aware of. The clouds show how easily influenced and easy going I am, given that clouds easily change Read more →
Our very first (4D) project 1A consisted of three portions:Me Object and Representation of Self My World
Before I began to tackle the project as a whole, I was intrigued by the notion of transience, of how our life is like a book, bound full of fleeting moments that come together to give a feeling of substantiality. As such, I began to look Read more →
A leading feminist and socialist figure in her field, Spence’s work utilised the power of the camera to challenge society on issues of gender, class, mortality, identity, and, perhaps most importantly, her own history. Her first endeavour into the field was as an assistant, and then Read more →
“At first, my presence in my photos was fascinating and disturbing. But as time passed and I was more a part of other ideas in my photos, I was able to add a giggle to those feelings.” – Lee Friedlander
1. Research background of individual artists behind these images.Lee Friedlander was well-known for his social landscape and nostalgic photography 3 Born on 14th Read more →
A leading feminist and socialist figure in her field, Spence’s work utilised the power of the camera to challenge society on issues of gender, class, mortality, identity, and, perhaps most importantly, her own history. Her first endeavour into the field was as an assistant, and then as a high-street photographer However, as she grew tired Read more →
Nancy Goldin (better known as Nan Goldin) was born in 1953 and is a photographer. She left home around the age of 13-14 and was introduced to the camera when she was 15. She held her first solo show just 5 years later in 1973, which explored her photographic journeys among the gay and transsexual communities.
Nan often displays her photographs Read more →