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Assignment 4: Self Assessment

Introduction This assignment series comprised two separate sets of photographs; a shoot undertaken on 23rd June 2016 of polling stations and a portrait shoot two weeks later. The weather on polling day was dull and grey with intermittent rain and the polling … Continue reading

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A4 Research: A Little More on Twenty-Six

In 1992 Jeff Brouws paid homage to Ruscha with Twentysix Abandoned Gasoline Stations (1) (i), a series that has great similarity to Ruscha’s original work using black and white photographs and a mixture of angles and compositions. Brouws presents his series in typology … Continue reading

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A4 Research-Led Process: Twenty-Six Polling Stations

Twenty-six is a significant number in contemporary photography, an idea I have discussed before in an essay on Seriality and Neutrality; in 1963 Ed Ruscha published Twenty-six Gasoline Stations (1), a modest publication containing 26 nondescript monochrome photographs of petrol stations between Ruscha’s … Continue reading

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