p.33 Broomberg and Chanarin + Linda Fleming & Livy Dukes

TASK 1: BUILDING NARRATIVES Make a series of 5-8 photographs as if you were the fictional person described on the page. Enjoy not being yourself for a while and be careful not to slip into the habits of your usual practice. #phonar2018#BroombergChanarin#LindaFleming#PhotographersPlaybook — Livy Dukes Photography (@livydukesphoto) April 28, 2018   Step 1: Analyse Your Fictional Photographer Bruno Boon-Mee, 27 Bruno is a transgender in Thailand. Bruno left her family when she was young as they didn’t accept him wanting to be a girl. He now lives freely documenting the exotic nightlife in Thailand where people are able to be themselves. Uses … Continue reading

Pg. 33 Adam Broomberg, Oliver Chanarin and Linda Fleming + Candela del Valle

TASK ONE: BUILDING NARRATIVES FROM THE FINDING WORKSHOP STEP ONE: Further analyze the text about the fictional photographer. “Paula Lipstick:  Paula is a young photographer who based her work in fashion and faces, She wants to transmit the world feelings through the clothes and complements and through the expression of the faces. She focuses herself on different styles, the architecture of structures and different make-ups”. STEP TWO: Artist Biography Fashion. Style. Makeup. Facial expression. Body language. Transmit. Perceive. Feelings: make you feel. These ideas combined were my motivation, my aim, to start my photographer career some years ago. I am … Continue reading

p.33 Adam Broomberg, Oliver Chanarin, Linda Fleming and Anja Paixão

Task 1 Swap with another person. Read the bio and ask them questions. Then make a photograph as if YOU were the fictional photographer. Tweet image as your alias #phonar2018 #BroombergChanarin #LindaFleming #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2018 (@CU_phonar) 8 March 2018   Step 1: Analyse the text   Step 2 + 3: Write an artist biography and make a portrait of the photographer Madeline Garcia [Spanish, b. 1989] is best known for her lifestyle documentary photographs, using a 35mm film camera to capture candid and real images. Using a film camera allows the people she photographs, as well as the photographer herself, to … Continue reading

p.33 Adam Broomberg, Oliver Chanarin, Linda Fleming and Bethany Turner

Task 1 Swap with another person. Read the bio and ask them questions. Then make a photograph as if YOU were the fictional photographer. Tweet image as your alias #phonar2018 #BroombergChanarin #LindaFleming #PhotographersPlaybook — #phonar2018 (@CU_phonar) 8 March 2018   Step 1 – Analyse the Text Description of Character Name: Rose Schmacht Date of Birth: 03/01/1992 Height: 4ft 1in Age: 26 Schmacht is a German Photographer. Based in Koln, German. She grew up around the old architecture e.g. Cologne Cathedral. She has found a love for exploring the finer details of architecture from an abstract view. She brings old buildings … Continue reading

Pg. 33 Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin & Celia Nieto Riopérez

TASK 1 Step 1 Greg S. is a psychologist who loves photography. He is 27 years old and he lives in Argentina. At the age of 23, he decided to dedicate his life to his passion: photography. Left everything behind to follow his dream and travel around the world telling stories trough his pictures. He created a new therapy inspired by photography and got specialized in mental illness. He travels to many different continents and countries and he treats many types of mental illnesses on people through his photography-therapy:  photherapy. Photherapy consists on telling people’s story through a series of … Continue reading

Pg. 33 Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin + Laura Birch

Viola Johnson, is an emerging photographer who has just graduated from university. Her practice is digital focusing on architecture and colour. Her sequences are aesthetically thought out with the use of monochromic images and sequencing. From her inspiration for this style of work is from her artistic background as her parents are artists themselves, when helping Viola with her photography work in college they would take her galleries and exhibitions they had curated. In this time, Viola loved the colours used in paintings and started to think how the world around us is connected by colour. This then lead to … Continue reading