Research Point 2: ‘Without the human’ Page 104
As you’ve seen, there are many examples of photography that avoid the use of the human figure in order to communicate truths and stories about humanity. Do your own research into areas you’ve been inspired by in this project; delve deeper into the areas that interest you. Continue to think about how this might inform your own practice.
I am putting this research into A5: ‘Preparation’ and not here, but here are some of the people I am currently inspired by in developing this module.
Gallery., M. H. (2016). “Masahisa Fukase. ‘Solitude of Ravens.’ http://www.michaelhoppengallery.com/exhibitions/127/overview/#/artworks_standalone/10108.” Retrieved 8th April, 2016, from http://www.michaelhoppengallery.com/exhibitions/127/overview/#/artworks_standalone/10108.
Barth, U. (2016). “Uta Barth: artists website.” Retrieved 9th January, 2016, from Utabarth.com.
Arnatt, K. (2007). I’m a real photographer: Keith Arnett, Photographs 1974-2002. The Photographers Gallery, Chris Boot Ltd.
Pickering, S. (2003). Public Order. http://www.sarahpickering.co.uk/Works/Pulic-Order/workpg-01.html.
Patterson, C. (2011). Redheaded Peckerwood. https://www.lensculture.com/articles/christian-patterson-redheaded-peckerwood#slideshow.
Minkjan, M. (2014). “The poetry of decay. http://www.failedarchitecture.com/the-poetry-of-decay/.” Retrieved 20th April, 2016, from Failed Architecture.
Goldberg, J. (1992). “Raised by Wolves. http://jimgoldberg.com.” Retrieved 18th September, 2016.
Campbell, B. (2011) “The Dad Project.” Retrieved 24th July, 2015, from http://www.brionycampbell.com/projects/the-dad-project/?overview.