Research Folder Part 3

This is an archive of online material, physical books and artists that I’ve researched while conducting Contextual Studies Part 3, compiled in one place.

Online reading:

Anderson, R. (2018) Repeat photography & coastal change: From notes and ideas to research method. At: https://anthrodendum.org/2018/08/02/repeat-photography-coastal-change-notes-research-method/ (Accessed 28/04/2020).

Beswick, J. (2019) ‘Here’s how Britain’s broken housing system can be fixed in a decade’ In: The Guardian 01/082019. At: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/aug/01/broken-housing-system-fixed (Accessed 21/04/2020).

Campany, D. (2010) ‘This Must Be the Place’ In: Aesthetica Magazine. At: https://aestheticamagazine.com/this-must-be-the-place/ (Accessed 03/04/2020).

Here is my reflection (with regards to photography that addresses space) on that article: This Must Be the Place – David Campany (2010)

Carpenter, J. (2014) Regeneration and the Legacy of Thatcherism. At: https://www.metropolitiques.eu/Regeneration-and-the-Legacy-of.html (Accessed 17/04/2020).

Coeval Magazine. (2017) Fatimah Tuggar. At: https://www.coeval-magazine.com/coeval/fatimah-tuggar (Accessed 08/01/2020).

Elephant X Unseen (2019) How Can Artists Help Us Tackle Gentrification? At: https://elephant.art/can-artists-help-us-tackle-gentrification/ (Accessed 28/04/2020).

Lees, L. (2013) ‘Regeneration in London has pushed poor families out’ In: The Guardian 29/08/2013. At: https://www.theguardian.com/local-government-network/2013/aug/29/mixed-communities-plan-government-regeneration (Accessed 17/04/2020).

Lees, L. (2018) Challenging the Gentrification of Council Estates in London. At: https://www.urbantransformations.ox.ac.uk/blog/2018/challenging-the-gentrification-of-council-estates-in-london/ (Accessed 24/04/2020).

Monbiot, G. (2016) ‘Neoliberalism – the ideology at the root of all our problems’ In: The Guardian 15/04/2016. At: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/apr/15/neoliberalism-ideology-problem-george-monbiot (Accessed 22/04/2020).

Peace, L. (2018) Is urban regeneration worth the effort? At: https://www.pbctoday.co.uk/news/planning-construction-news/urban-regeneration/43468/ (Accessed 17/04/2020).

Rossetto, T. (2018) ‘Repeat photography, post‐phenomenology and “being‐with” through the image (at the First World War cemeteries of Asiago, Italy)’ In: Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 44 (1) pp.125-140. At: https://rgs-ibg.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/tran.12261 (Accessed 19/02/2020).

Here is my reflection (with regards to my feelings while engaged in repeat photography) on that essay: My Thoughts on: Repeat photography, post‐phenomenology and “being‐with” through the image (at the First World War cemeteries of Asiago, Italy) by Tania Rossetto (2018)

Vernau, K. (2019) Can offsite construction solve the UK housing crisis? At: https://www.pbctoday.co.uk/news/modular-construction-news/offsite-construction-housing-crisis/36920/ (Accessed 17/04/2020).

Reading:

Bear, J and Palmer Albers, K. (2017) Before-and-After Photography. London: Bloomsbury Academic. At: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Before-After-Photography-Histories-Contexts-ebook/dp/B072N4NL3W/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=beforeandafter+photography&qid=1584457167&sr=8-1 (Accessed 17/03/2020).

Here is my reflection (with regards to repeat photography and the dimension of time) on that essay: Notes on Before-and-After Photography by Jordan Bear and Kate Palmer Albers (2017)

Chadwick, P and Weaver, B. (2019) The Town of Tomorrow – 50 Years of Thamesmead. London: Here Press.

Here is my reflection (with regards to approaches to photographing regeneration) of this book: The Town of Tomorrow – 50 Years of Thamesmead

Groom, A. (eds.) Time. London: Whitechapel Gallery and The MIT Press.

Home, S. (2014) ‘The Image Has Cracked’ In: Dorley-Brown, C. Continuum. New York: FusionLab, Inc. At: https://books.apple.com/gb/book/continuum/id950929159 (Accessed 14.04.2020). pp.1-4.

Here is my reflection (in relation to Chris Dorley-Brown’s Continuum (2014) work) on that essay: Continuum (2014) by Chris Dorley-Brown

Massey, D. (2013) ‘Some Times of Spaces’ In: Groom, A. (eds.) Time. London: Whitechapel Gallery and The MIT Press. pp.116-122.

Here is my reflection (with regards to time and space and how they are represented) on that essay: Doreen Massey – Some Times of Space (2003)

Minton, A. (2012) Ground Control.  (2nd ed.) London: Penguin Books Ltd.

Nelson, Z. (2014) A Portrait of Hackney. (3rd ed) London: Hoxton Mini Press.

Artists:

Tara Darby

Here is my reflection on the work of Tara Darby: The Town of Tomorrow – 50 Years of Thamesmead

Darby, T. (2018) Walking by Southmere Lake. [Photograph] At: https://www.bjp-online.com/2019/02/thamesmead/ (Accessed 12/02/2020).

Darby, T. (2018) Titmuss Avenue, The Moorings. [Photograph] At: https://www.bjp-online.com/2019/02/thamesmead/ (Accessed 12/02/2020).

Chris Dorley-Brown

Here is my reflection on the work of Chris Dorley-Brown: Continuum (2014) by Chris Dorley-Brown

Dorley-Brown, C. (2004-14) bow back rivers [Photograph] At: https://mmillmoredigitalimageandculture.home.blog/2019/06/18/chris-dorley-brown/ (Accessed 13/12/2019).

Dorley-Brown, C. (2009-17) The Corners. At: https://modrex.com/photoworks#/the-corners/ (Accessed 14/04/2020).

Dorley-Brown, C. (2014) Continuum. New York: FusionLab, Inc. At: https://books.apple.com/gb/book/continuum/id950929159 (Accessed 14/04/2020).

Camille Fallet

Here is my reflection on the work of Camille Fallet: This Must Be the Place – David Campany (2010)

Fallet, C. (2004-5) ‘Estates’ from London Photographs. [Collage] At: https://davidcampany.com/this-must-be-the-place/ (Accessed 03/04/2020).

Fallet, C. (2004-5) London Photographs. At: https://davidcampany.com/this-must-be-the-place/ (Accessed 03/04/2020).

Fallet, C. (2011) London Photographs. At: http://www.camillefallet.com/expositions/this-must-be-the-place (Accessed 03/04/2020).

Gill Golding

Here is my reflection on the work of Gill Golding: Gill Golding

Golding, G. (s.d.) Deptford: A Town in Transition. At: https://www.gillgoldingphotography.com/work#/deptford-a-town-in-transition/ (Accessed 16/01/2020).

Golding, G. (s.d.) Deptford: A Town in Transition. [Photograph] At: https://www.gillgoldingphotography.com/work#/deptford-a-town-in-transition/ (Accessed 16/01/2020).

Golding, G. (s.d.) Welcome to the Fake. At: https://www.gillgoldingphotography.com/work#/welcometothefake/ (Accessed 16/01/2020).

John Goto

Goto, J. (2001) High Summer. At: http://www.johngoto.org.uk/summer/index.htm (Accessed 08/01/2020).

Alexander Gronsky

Here is my reflection on the work of Alexander Gronsky: Alexander Gronsky

Gronsky, A. (2008-11) Pastoral II. At: https://www.alexandergronsky.com/2 (Accessed 02/01/2020).

Gronsky, A. (2009-12) Pastoral I. At: https://www.alexandergronsky.com/3607507-pastoral-i (Accessed 02/01/2020).

Gronsky, A. (2016) SCHEMA. At: https://www.alexandergronsky.com/6069674-schema (Accessed 02/01/2020).

Tom Lisboa

Here is my reflection on the work of Tom Lisboa: Tom Lisboa

Lisboa, T. (s.d.) Tom Lisboa. At: https://www.sintomnizado.com.br/tomlisboa.htm (Accessed 01/03/2020).

Lisboa, T. (2018) The Commuting. At: https://www.behance.net/gallery/80352263/The-Commuting-series (Accessed 01/03/2020).

Lisboa, T. (2019) Street Topographies. At: https://www.behance.net/gallery/80678361/Street-Topographies  (Accessed 01/03/2020).

Lisboa, T. (2020) Horizons Symposium. Goldsmiths, University of London. 29/02/2020.

Zed Nelson

Nelson, Z. (2014) A Portrait of Hackney. (3rd ed) London: Hoxton Mini Press.

The Street (2019) Directed by Nelson, Z. [Amazon Prime Video] At: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/video/detail/B084L6QTBY/ref=atv_yv_hom_c_unkc_1_1 (Accessed 24/04/2020).

Fatimah Tuggar

Here is my reflection on the work of Fatimah Tuggar: Fatimah Tuggar

Tuggar, F. (2000) Lady and the Maid. [Montage] At: https://www.coeval-magazine.com/coeval/fatimah-tuggar (Accessed 08/01/2020).

Tuggar, F. (2005) Nebulous Wait. [Montage] At: https://www.coeval-magazine.com/coeval/fatimah-tuggar (Accessed 08/01/2020).

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