Project 1: Series and Sequence
Exercise 3.1 Searching
Research point Typologies
Exercise 3.2 Series
Research point Michael Wolf’s series My Favourite Things
Exercise 3.3 Sequence
Exercise 3.4 Documenting change
Picture Analysis Zelt (Tent)
Exercise 3.5 Photographs from text
Research point: On the relationship between image and text, look at Barbara Kruger’s montages of photography and text, plus Gillian Wearing’s Signs that say what you want them to say and not signs that say what someone else wants you to say.
Research point Sharon Boothroyd – They all say please
Project 2: Genre in photography
Research point Genre
Exercise 3.6 Mixing genres
Exercise 3.7 A significant object
Research point Bernd and Hilla Becher
Exercise 3.8 Re-photographing
Exercise 3.9 A significant place
Exercise 3.10 A formal portrait
Research point: Thomas Struth’s portraits on the Tate website: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks?aid=2339&ws=date&wv=grid and Cecil Beaton’s work.
Project 3: photography as visual research
Research point Richard Billingham’s – Ray’s a laugh
Research point Staged photography
Research point Jeff Wall and Cindy Sherman, ‘staged’ and/or ‘constructed’ photography.
Assignment Three: A narrative photograph
Research point The work of Gregory Crewdon and Hannah Starkey.
Research point The sequences of Duane Michals http://www.dcmooregallery.com/artists/duane-michals/series/sequences