Tag Archives: Post Conflict Photography

Conflict. Time. Photography. Tate Modern: November 14 to March 15

Simon Baker, in his essay Armageddon in Retrospect (1),  says that Conflict. Time. Photography “takes as its starting point the necessity and value of the time taken to consider the past.” Time, and our reaction to time, is at the heart of this exhibition. … Continue reading

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Assignment 1 – Research and Development

Initial Ideas Selecting the subject and approach to an assignment is, for me, an organic process with an initial idea evolving in response to the various lines of research and exercises within the course. This part of the course explores the relationship between … Continue reading

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Paul Seawright – Journalism and Art in Conflict Photography

The course notes suggest that we look at Sectarian Murder (1) a series by Paul Seawright, a Northern Irish photographer and artist, in which he looks at the landscapes where sectarian murders occurred during the Northern Ireland conflicts on the 70s. … Continue reading

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