Pecha Kucha

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Image 1: – personal past project, ‘Sleeping Beauty’, life can be destroyed by wrong choices, Model: Angelika Denis;

Image 2:  personal past project, ‘Sleeping Beauty’, beautiful outside does not necessarily mean beautiful and happy inside, Model: Angelika Denis;

Image 3: personal past project, ‘Sleeping Beauty’, Model: Angelika Denis;

Image 4: extract from the final piece for ‘Contemporary Photography’ module, all humans are the same;

Image 5: extract from the final piece for ‘Contemporary Photography’ module, exploring oneself, how we perceive our body and how society influences our perception;

Image 6: extract from the final piece for ‘Contemporary Photography’ module, problems – nudity;

Image 7: Cig Harvey, ‘Look At Me Like An Emergency’ series, 2003;

Image 8: Clare Strand, ‘Signs Of A Struggle’ series, 2002;

Image 9: Jo Spence, ‘A Picture Of Health: How Do I Begin?’,’Phototherapy’ series, 1982-83;

Image 10: Jo Spence, ‘The Picture Of Health’ series, 1982-86;

Image 11: Elina Brotherus, ‘Annunciation’ series, 2009;

Image 12: Interrogating Identity module, Anger Management 1, how I dealt with and deal with mental illnesses;

Image 13: Interrogating Identity module, Anger Management 2, how anger affects daily life;

Image 14: Interrogating Identity module, Anger Management 3, what happens when I explode;

Image 15: Interrogating Identity module, Anxiety 1, trying to hide myself from the world;

Image 16: Interrogating Identity module, Anxiety 2, facial expression, debate whether to runaway or stay;

Image 17: Interrogating Identity module, Anxiety 3, social anxiety, urge to hide from the world;

Image 18: Interrogating Identity module, Depression 1, personal background;

Image 19: Interrogating Identity module, Depression 2, cutting myself, feelings of emptiness, urge to feel something;

Image 20: Interrogating Identity module, Depression 3, urge to end it all, lost child that needs help;

 

FEEDBACK:

  • theatrical;
  • good use of lighting – dark, but it works with the subject well;
  • difficult and personal subject – therapeutic;
  • possible improvement: mirrors;
  • ARTIST RESEARCH: Francesca Woodman, Anthony Luvera, ‘Performing for the Camera’ TATE EXHIBITION (Nadar, F. Woodman, E. Hosoe, T. Rumando, A. Ulman);

 

 

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