The Vernacular Landscape – and Intention

mickyatesAftermath, Audience, Cambodia, Coursework, Critical Research Journal, Expressionism, ICWeek6, Impressionism, Informing Contexts, Landscape, Philosophy, Photography, Practice 2 Comments

I do not consider landscape central to my practice, though like many others who started in photography with a lot of travel images, the genre has always been present within my work. Just before this MA began, I was setting upon my CRJ, and wrote a post on Landscape. At the time, I suspect that the only person that read …

Experimentation

mickyatesAesthetics, Coursework, Critical Research Journal, Ideas, Impressionism, Infrared, Japan, Photography, SPWeek11, Street, Sustainable Prospects 3 Comments

I have been revisiting the work of Daido Moriyama and Antony Cairns. And Gary suggested I also look at Osamu James Nakagawa. In my Work in Progress for this (Sustainable Prospects) Module, I am using Digital Negatives. Whilst the series is generally well received, and it is designed to create debate, I want to continue to develop the idea. A …