Tag Archives: Eric Tabuchi

Other Perspectives – Geoff Dyer

Unlike John Szarkowski, the curator (here) and Stephen Shore the photographer  and teacher (here) Geoff Dyer ‘s relationship with photography is as an outsider, he declares he doesn’t own a camera, professes no special expertise as art historian or critic … Continue reading

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Assignment 2 – Tutor Report and Response

My responses in blue. Overall Comments “This second assignment on the “unseen” is noted as being a strong and very good project that is supported by an excellent learning log. The strength of your research is very good along with … Continue reading

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Assignment 2 – Self Assessment

Demonstration of Technical and Visual Skills My first submission for Assignment 1 included a number of weak compositions and whilst I hope that this was addressed in the re-work of that assignment (see here) it was an important self imposed … Continue reading

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Seriality and Neutrality

Twentysix In 1963 Edward Ruscha published Twentysix Gasoline Stations, which the Tate refers to as, “a modest publication”. This book, with its red text on plain white cover contains 26 nondescript monochrome photographs of petrol stations between Ruscha’s home in Los … Continue reading

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Shooting Space

Most rough sleepers live in urban centres so urban spaces and architecture were an inevitable component of assignment 1. Too many of my initial photographs for that assignment were poorly composed and, as assignment 2, is taking me back to … Continue reading

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