Week 10 completed whilst still getting over the after-effects of flu.
Another research week (with some photographs post-processed).
Research into Biology has somewhat taken priority.
- PHO705: Visual Language of DNA Testing The visual references are probably best viewed as a publication rather than my translate to text here.
- PHO705: Guest Lecture Alex Bailey The life of a commercial photographer is different from that of abstract art although attaining an artistic interpretation was key to both. This lecture resonated with recent past studies in film.
- PHO705: Guest Lecture (Publication) – Sarah Davidmann Ken – to be destroyed.
- PHO705: Research Artsci, Communicating Science Visually, Computational Biology and a new Avante-Garde Colliding Worlds (Miller, 2014) has been one of the closest reads to date
Reading continues with Photography and the Optical Unconscious (Smith, 2017).
There remains a backlog of reading material with Phantasmagoria (Warner, 2006); The Weird and the Eerie (Fisher, 2016), Memory of Place (Trigg, 2013); the Body Keeps the Score (Kolk, 2015).
Competition between themes meant a switch for Phenomenology to mtDNA. Time did need to be spent on visual research of mtDNA. There is a need to switch back to the Phenomenological in Week 11.
There is a growing need to further develop photographs in the digital darkroom if work is to be shown. The last update was in PHO705: Week 9 Reflection.
Miller, A. I. (2014) Colliding Worlds – How Cutting-Edge Science is Redefining Contemporary Art. New York and London: W. W. Norton and Company. Available at: http://www.wwnorton.
Smith, S. M. and Sliwinski, S. (2017) Photography and the Optical Unconscious. eBook. Chicago, US: Duke University Press. Available at: https://lccn.loc.gov/2016048393.
Fisher, M. (2016) The Weird and the Eerie. London, [England]: Repeater Books. Available at: https://www.repeaterbooks.com.
Kolk, B. Van Der (2015) The Body Keeps the Score Mind, Brain and Body in the Transformation of Trauma. Penguin. Great Britain: Penguin Random House UK. Available at: http://www.greenpenguin.co.uk.
Trigg, D. (2013) The Memory of Place A Phenomenology of the Uncanny. Athens: Ohio University Press. Available at: http://www.ohioswallow.com.
Warner, M. (2006) Phantasmagoria Spirit Visions, Metaphors and Media into the Twenty-first Century. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.