Run by the Photographers Gallery over 5 Monday evenings this overlapped and gave a different slant to learning on the MA and was an opportunity to refresh knowledge gained.
Week 1: Origin stories of photography
Week 2: Blurred lines, clear visions: Movements of 20thC photography and their legacies
Week 3: Portraiture and Identity
Week 4: Beyond Evidence: Documentary photography
Week 5: Expanded photographic practices
Source provides wider industry exposure of graduate work. My Falmouth University MA Photography project ”Past-Present a mythology of time” is being submitted.
My submission is made in the STAGED/CONSTRUCTED category.
Commemorative work Past Present ends a century of silence held in sadness for ancestors who were repeatedly wounded in battle, and were never to return home from war. In this work, present day images of healing are transformed into visualisations of place. Human connection is amplified as memory is created from a biology shared. As art inspired by cutting edge science, work has been made for individuals bound by the mother line gene. Bonds that were missing, now begin to form. Pictures shown are a selection from an artist’s book, that also includes poetry and prose with these and vernacular images from a family’s past. The book was originally created as part of a Falmouth Flexible MA Photography programme.
The digital version of the artist’s book is located at https://issuu.com/turnerphotoart/docs/past-present_a_mythology_of_time_a4_book_200428
Eight images submitted.
I was pleased to engage in Landings again this year. A portfolio link was provided to www.landings.space. My work can be found under my name Michael Turner by scrolling down the list of 63 participants.
A short-cut is to click directly on the portfolio website link https://www.michaelmturnerphotography.com/fmppastprsentpre-edit
The opening party was on the evening of Monday 27 July 2020 where a series of interviews were conducted on Instagram using Live Video.
Unfortunately I was engaged with The Photographers Gallery in a mock judging of this years Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2020.
The four artists shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2020 are:
Mark Neville and