Session 4 task – Transformative Storytelling.
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Using only found images (ie images from family albums and local library archives, not published in magazines) research and construct a photo-artefact/story that weaves a narrative linking the people depicted within.
Development : Build and include a soundscape relevant to your story. Include personal stories from the subjects depicted.
William Burroughs (on cut-ups)
“In Almost Every Picture book series”
http://www.kesselskramerpublishing.com/ (c/o @davewyatt )
http://www.corinnevionnet.com/index.php?/photo-opportunities/ (c/o @foodforyoureyes )
http://mishkahenner.com/filter/works (c/o @foodforyoureyes )
http://toohardtokeep.blogspot.com/ (c/o @foodforyoureyes )
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm6ouqUcLcA (c/o @LarissaLeclair )
PS. You don’t have to like all of these – nor do you have to agree or condone what they do – Matt and I argue about this stuff all the time ….. #phonar is the hashtag for the “discussion” but no SHOUTING
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