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SCOPE New Photographic Practices

SCOPE New Photographic Practices

Arthur, Mervyn, Baseman, Jordan, Behr, Bernd, Biswas, Sutapa, Chance, Veronique, Cobbing, William, Coldwell, Paul, Cross, David, Dobai, Sarah, Douglas, Lorrice, Drabble, Neil, Gunning, Lucy, Hamann, Sigune, Haywood, Thomas, Ingham, Mark, Kovats, Tania, Lanteri Laura, Jean-Louis, Lebas, Chrystel, Love, Johanna, Mossman, Anna, Newth, Martin, Robertson, Helen, Rowe, Lois, Taylor, Finlay, Treacy, Danny, Wainwright, Chris and Webster, Dave (2011) SCOPE New Photographic Practices. [Show/Exhibition]

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Abstract

The photographic practices brought together for this exhibition and publication provide a broad scope of how photographic and lens based media may be used in order to have a visceral and conceptual impact. The methods on show demonstrate the way that artists might pick and choose from the approaches, processes and debates that have arisen through the medium’s history. This collection of work features film, video and photography that demand a renegotiation of the relationship between camera, subject and viewer.

Visual Art Centre Gallery, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Item Type: Show/Exhibition
Additional Information: [1] Part of exhibition entitled 'SCOPE New Photographic Practices,' held at the Visual Art Centre Gallery, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. 28 November – 12 December 2011. [2] Exhibitors: Mervyn Arthur, Jordan Baseman, Bernd Behr, Sutapa Biswas, Veronique Chance, William Cobbing, Paul Coldwell, David Cross, Sarah Dobai, Lorrice Douglas, Neil Drabble, Lucy Gunning, Sigune Hamann, Thomas Haywood, Mark Ingham, Tania Kovats, Jean-Louis Lanteri Laura, Chrystel Lebas, Johanna Love, Anna Mossman, Martin Newth, Helen Robertson, Lois Rowe, Finlay Taylor, Danny Treacy, Chris Wainwright, Dave Webster. [3] The exhibition - SCOPE New Photographic Practices - is accompanied by a Camberwell Press publication, which features a new essay ‘Flow’ by Roger Hargreaves. [4] The photographic practices brought together for this exhibition and publication provide a broad scope of how photographic and lens based media may be used in order to have a visceral and conceptual impact. The methods on show demonstrate the way that artists might pick and choose from the approaches, processes and debates that have arisen through the medium’s history. This collection of work features film, video and photography that demand a renegotiation of the relationship between camera, subject and viewer.
Uncontrolled Keywords: art, photography, video, installation, Marilyn Monroe
Subjects: N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR
T Technology > TR Photography
Pre-2014 Departments: School of Architecture, Design & Construction
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Last Modified: 14 Oct 2016 09:17
Selected for GREAT 2016: None
Selected for GREAT 2017: None
Selected for GREAT 2018: None
URI: http://gala.gre.ac.uk/id/eprint/6991

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