Its another full one so lets go to work -
We are in conversation this week with Photographer Sara Davidmann and Photographer, Educator and Entrepreneur Shahidul Alam of the Pathshala Institute, Bangladesh. Two very different practitioners but both continuing to build on our discussions around the gravity of the role of storyteller and picking up on themes brought up by Fred Ritchin and David Campbell.
Usual drill – as you listen please tweet your notes and comments using the #phonar hashtag and don’t forget to storify the global set of notes/tweets afterwards.
Images discussed here are at Sara’s website http://saradavidmann.com/
Here are the Storified notes , please make your own set and augment them with related links.
Links for images and projects mentioned:
.. and here are the Storified notes from Shahidul’s session, please make your own set and augment them with related links.
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Hopefully its no surprise that there’s loads to squash into this week’s session – so lets go to work …
In the class[room] we will be dividing into two. One half of the class will be listening to the interview with Lebanese Photographer Dalia Khamissy on her work “The Missing” – prior to listening to that if you’re not familiar with the work then head over to ye olde BBC and watch #phonar contributor Benjamin Chesterton’s piece for starters.
Dalia Khamissy © All Rights Reserved
(use this hashtag for your notes and comments #phonar #DK)
The other half of the group will be listening to the interview with Saudi photographer Wasma Mansour where she talks about her “Single Saudi Women” project. Both groups will tweet their notes (please tweet yours using the hashtag #phonar and #DK or #WM accordingly) and when we come back together each group will present a precis for seminar discussion.
Untitled, (c-type print, 20”x16”, edition of 5 + 2 AP)
(use this hashtag for your notes and comments #phonar #WM) Tweet . . . → Read More: #Phonar Session 5
I sat in on this week’s conversation between David Campbell and writer Carole Naggar; they discuss her biography on Magnum co-founder George Rodger. From his early years as a struggling photographer, to the establishment of Magnum and about his photographic legacy following assignments such as Bergen-Belsen. Tweet your notes with the #phonar hashtag.
- Kate Green ( @KateGreen28 )
George Rodger © All Rights Reserved
We were joined in class today by photographer and video artist Robbie Cooper who well and truly immersed us in his work. The full talk Robbie gave looking through his first projects right up to his latest ideas to develop and further the ‘immersion’ project by directly involving participants in the media making process.
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We were joined in class today by photographer extraordinaire and all round good chap Chris Floyd.
Chris’ work is in the National Portrait Gallery and has also been recognised by the British & American awards for portrait photography, the Taylor Wessing in 2008 & American Photography in 2008 & 2010. Magazines he has worked for include The New Yorker, Harpers Bazaar, Esquire, The New York Times Magazine and ESPN Magazine among many others.
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