Research Folder Part 1

This is an archive of online material, physical books and artists that I’ve researched while conducting Contextual Studies Part 1, compiled in one place.

Online Reading:

Gunning, T. (2004) What’s the Point of an Index? or, Faking Photographs. At: https://www.nordicom.gu.se/sites/default/files/kapitel-pdf/157_039-050.pdf (Accessed 02/05/2019).

O’Hagan, S. (2018) ‘What next for photography in the age of Instagram?’ In: The Guardian 14/08/2018 At: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2018/oct/14/future-photography-in-the-age-of-instagram-essay-sean-o-hagan (Accessed 21/03/2019).

Here is my reflection (with regards to interrogating the medium of photography) on that article: What’s Next for Photography in the Age of Instagram? (2018) – Sean O’Hagan

Reading:

Barthes, R. (1999). ‘Rhetoric of the Image’ In: Evans, J. and Hall, S. (eds.) Visual Culture: A Reader. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. pp.33-40.

Here is my reflection (with regards to poststructuralism) on that essay: Rhetoric of the Image (1964) – Roland Barthes

Barthes, R. (2003) ‘Extracts from Camera Lucida’ In: Wells, L. (ed.) The Photography Reader. Oxon: Routledge. pp.19-30.

Bauman, Z. (2007) Consuming Life. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Benjamin, W. (1999) ‘The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction’ In: Evans, J. and Hall, S. (eds.) Visual Culture: A Reader. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. pp.72-79.

Here is my reflection (with regards to modernism) on that essay: The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction – Walter Benjamin (1936)

Cotton, C. (2015) Photography is Magic. New York: Aperture.

Here is my reflection on that essay: Study Hangout (9th May 2019) for Charlotte Cotton’s (2015) Introductory Essay to ‘Photography is Magic’

Crimp, D. (1993) ‘The Photographic Activity of Postmodernism’ In: Crimp, D. (eds.) On the Museum’s Ruins. Massachusetts: MIT Press. pp. 108-125.

Here is my reflection (with regards to postmodernism) on that essay: The Photographic Activity of Postmodernism – Douglas Crimp (1993)

Flusser, V. (2014) Towards a Philosophy of Photography. 3rd ed. London: Reaktion Books.

Here is my reflection on that book: Study Hangout 21st February 2019 for Vilém Flusser’s (1983): Towards a Philosophy of Photography

As well as more reflection on that book: More Notes on Vilém Flusser’s (1983) Book: Towards a Philosophy of Photography

Howells, R. (2011) Visual Culture. Cambridge: Polity Press. pp.183-205.

Here is my reflection (with regards to photography and reality) on that essay:

The Relationship Between Photography and Reality

Kember, S. (1996) ‘The Shadow of the Object: photography and realism’ In: Wells, L. (ed.) The Photography Reader. Oxon: Routledge. pp.202-217.

Artists:

Chris Dorley-Brown

Dorley-Brown, C. (2009) Rio Cinema 2009, Corner of Sandringham Road and Kingsland Road, Hackney, London UK. [Photograph] At: https://www.featureshoot.com/2011/11/london-street-corners-photographed-by-chris-dorley-brown/ (Accessed 15/05/2019).

Peter Henry Emerson and Thomas Goodall

Emerson, P. and Goodall, T. (1883) Rowing Home the Schoof-Stuff. [Photograph] At: https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/286418 (Accessed 13/05/2019).

Peter Funch

Funch, P. (2008) Memory Lane. [Photograph] At: http://iconolo.gy/archive/babel-tales-peter-funch/2146 (Accessed 15/05/2019).

Noémie Goudal

Here is my reflection on the work of Noémie Goudal: Noémie Goudal

Goudal, N. (2012) Haven Her Body Was. At: http://noemiegoudal.com/haven-her-body-was/ (Accessed 02/04/2019).

Goudal, N. (2014) Studies on Perspective I. At: http://noemiegoudal.com/study-on-perspective/ (Accessed 02/04/2019).

Goudal, N. (2015) In Search of the First Line. At: http://noemiegoudal.com/in-search-of-the-first-line/ (Accessed 02/04/2019).

Goudal, N. (2016) Mechanical I-III. [Photograph] At: https://doorofperception.com/2017/03/noemie-goudal/ (Accessed 03/04/2019).

Goudal, N. (2018) takedowns. At: http://noemiegoudal.com/demantelement/ (Accessed 02/04/2019).

Sylwia Kowalczyk

Here is my reflection on the work of Sylwia Kowalczyk: Sylwia Kowalczyk – Lethe (2016)

Kowalczyk, S. (n.d.). Lethe. At: http://www.sylwiakowalczyk.com/lethe-2 (Accessed 13/02/2019).

Kowalczyk, S. (2016). Lethe. [Photograph] At: http://www.streetlevelphotoworks.org/product/ambit-3 (Accessed 13/02/2019).

Dorothea Lange

Lange, D. (1936). Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California. [Photograph] At: http://100photos.time.com/photos/dorothea-lange-migrant-mother (Accessed 23/03/2019).

Mari Mahr

Here is my reflection on the work of Mari Mahr: Mari Mahr

Mahr, M. (1981) Canyon 1916. From the series Georgia O’Keeffe. [Photograph] At: https://francishodgson.com/2017/12/15/georgia-okeeffe-by-mari-mahr/ (Accessed 25/02/2019).

Mahr, M. (1985) A Few Days in Geneva. [Photograph] At: http://marimahr.com/works/a_few_days_in_geneva/index.html (Accessed 25/02/2019).

Henry Peach Robinson

Robinson, H. (1858) Fading Away. [Photograph] At: https://www.britannica.com/biography/Henry-Peach-Robinson#ref12957 (Accessed 15/05/2019).

Georges Rousse

Rousse, G. (2003) Rüsselheim 2003. [Photograph] At: https://www.georgesrousse.com/en/archives/article/georges-rousse-in-ruesselsheim/ (Accessed 13/02/2019).

Cindy Sherman

Sherman, C. (1979). Untitled Film Still #48. [Photograph] At: https://www.icaboston.org/art/cindy-sherman/untitled-film-still-48 (Accessed 12/02/2019).

Paul Strand

Strand, P. (1916). Shadows, Twin Lakes, Connecticut. [Photograph] At: https://www.mutualart.com/Artwork/-SHADOWS–TWIN-LAKES–CONNECTICUT–1916-/298FEF44897CA879 (Accessed 23/03/2019).

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