Lucio Fontana : Beyond The Picture

•October 7, 2018 • Leave a Comment

 

 

‘There is no stage at which ‘man’ does not demarcate, beacon or sign his space, leaving traces that are both symbolic and practical.’ Lefe…

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Russell Moreton Sheltered Environments : Photographic Architectures : Stonehenge Visitors Centre .

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Russell Moreton Sheltered Environments : Photographic Architectures : Stonehenge Visitors Centre .

New Topographics in Photography and Architecture.
Alternative photographic processes in both digital and analogue image manipulation.

 

New Topographics in Photography and Architecture. Alternative photographic processes in both digital and analogue image manipulat…

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Drawing – a-n The Artists Information Company

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The More She Burns the More Beautifully She Glows

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The More She Burns the More Beautifully She Glows

 

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Locality/Social Complexity and the Everyday : Works on Paper

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Locality/Social Complexity and the Everyday : Works on Paper

Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. Engineers used the process well into the 20th century as a simple and low-cost process to produce copies of drawings, referred to as blueprints. The process uses two chemicals: ammonium iron(III) citrate and potassium ferricyanide.

The English scientist and astronomer Sir John Herschel discovered the procedure in 1842.[1] Though the process was developed by Herschel, he considered it as mainly a means of reproducing notes and diagrams, as in blueprints.[2] It was Anna Atkins who brought this to photography. She created a limited series of cyanotype books that documented ferns and other plant life from her extensive seaweed collection.[3] Atkins placed specimens directly onto coated paper, allowing the action of light to create a silhouette effect. By using this photogram process, Anna Atkins is regarded as the first female photographer.[4]

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Mesh/Material/Light, Cyanotype Process

Locality/Social Complexity- Works on Paper

DSC_6026 Hortus Conclusus

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Alternative Realities : Experimental documents, visual material from site based projects.

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Alternative Realities : Experimental documents, visual material from site based projects.

Twilight Abstraction : Liminal Zone.

Marking Stick : Leylines, Directions and Sites.

Found Objects : Archaeological Photogram
When you make photograms, without the use of a camera, you can indeed call that abstract photography, as the lens and the corresponding registration medium are lacking. No longer do you have pictures of reality or objects; you only have their shadows. It is a bit like Plato’s cave, where one could only imagine reality; the objects themselves were not visible.
—Thomas Ruff

Waverley Abbey, interior with pinhole camera

 

 

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Book/Assemblages/Mapping : Body, Static Movement, Blueprints

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Book/Assemblages/Mapping : Body, Static Movement, Blueprints

Spatial Practices
Architecture, Fine Art, Performance
Blueprint, Photogram and Collage.

a thousand plateaus
Deleuze, Guattari

Assemblage

The beauty of the assemblage is that, since it lacks organization, it can draw into its body any number of disparate elements. The book itself can be an assemblage, but its status as an assemblage does not prevent it from containing assemblages within itself or entering into new assemblages with readers, libraries, bonfires, bookstores, etc.

Becoming
Body Without Organs
Nomad
Rhizome
Smooth Space
State
War Machine

http://www.rhizomes.net/issue5/poke/glossary.html

https://www.flickr.com/photos/russellmoreton/7459535864

Assemblage/Garden Design : Architectural Plan/Victorian Corset

DSC_6288 Studio Assemblages

The 1960s Body Through Sculptural Movement and Static Dance
Maya Bartel

DSC_6217 Winchester Cathedral : Static Movement/Space for Peace

 

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