p.33 Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin and Johann Koop

TASK 1 STEP 1 STEP 2 – Biography of the artist Felipé Gucci was one of the true unrecognised founders of photography as part of the late 11th century image-making movement. A legacy which was ordered to be destroyed by the authorities. Many were assassinated, Gucci among them and the equipment was destroyed to be forgotten by future generations. Gucci’s fascinating portraiture work is the only remaining element of the 11th century image-making technology. He was a young passionate artist working with a self-made film camera. It is assumed that he was using emulsions made his father Fabiano Gucci, who … Continue reading

P.33 Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin & Cristina Munoz

TASK ONE Step one: Analyse the text you have received   Step two: Write a 150-250 word artist biography as the photographer My name is Arnò Malick and I was born in Bayeux, a small town in Normandy, France. I am 41 years old and I have dedicated my life to photography. I remember when I was little I always picked my father’s camera and I spent hours and hours walking around my town photographing everything. In 1967, It was in my sixteen birthday when I got my first camera. Some years later, I have hired as a photographer for … Continue reading

P. 169 Nadav Kander & Cristina Munoz

TASK 3 Step one: Choose one of the assignments Nadav Kander. Making, not taking Step two: Write a brief critical rationale From the moment when I saw the work of Nadav I knew I wanted to do this task. I have been impressed with the style of his photographs, specially of his landscapes. I have decided to take Nadav’ style as the basis of my work. His style could be summed up in three qualities: simplicity, precision and affection. The colours and lights used are always clear, he never uses powerful colours in his images. The earth tones, light blue … Continue reading

Pg. 215-216 Christopher McCall + Louise Wotherspoon

Task 2 : Two-Minute Drill  Step 1 : Tweet synopsis Disucssing and analzying knowledge is needed for beginnning photographers to understand that looking, thinking and discussing photographs are a key part to a photographs practice. #ChristopherMcCall #Phonar2018 #ThePhotographersPlaybook — Louise Wotherspoon (@lwothphoto) May 2, 2018 Prepare a presentation slide. Each person will speak without knowing what photograph will appear. When the image is presented, he/she must speak about the photograph for 2 minutes straight without stopping. #ChristopherMcCall #Phonar2018 #ThePhotographersPlaybook — Louise Wotherspoon (@lwothphoto) May 2, 2018 Step 2 : Artist portrait                 Step … Continue reading

P.325 Jem Southam & Aitanna Gomes

Task Two Step One: Think about physical and human geographies, weather patterns and experiential modes of gathering information. Explore the site! Photograph the process. #JemSoutham #PhotographersPlaybook #phonar2018 — Aitanna Gomes (@Aitanna_G) April 28, 2018   Step Two: Artist Portrait                     Step Three: Image in their style                       Step Four: Complete the assignment     ‘Here’ and ‘Now’ from Aitanna Gomes on Vimeo.     Step Five: Critical Rationale Approaching this task enticed me to think about ways in which landscape images … Continue reading

P. 223 Susan Meiselas & Cristina Munoz

TASK 2 Step one: Tweet a synopsis of the assignment Step two: Investigate the author and make a portrait of them Step three: Critically analyse the work of the author and make an image in their “style” Step four: Complete the assignment     Step five: Write a 250-word critical analysis Firstly, I did a research about my author, because I did not know about her.  I have been looking for information about some different points that I thought I should consider to do this task. I have first informed of her biography: where does she comes from? how was … Continue reading

p. 116 Allen Frame & Irini Georgiades & Denisa Dimitrova

Tweet a synopsis of the task your group has chosen. Divide into small groups of 2-7 and organise a party at someone’s home. Document it. Let the camera mingle with the guests. The purpose of this task is to promote social bonding! #AllenFrame #TierneyGearon #phonar2018 #photographersplaybook — Denisa (@Denisadimitrova) May 2, 2018 Write a brief introduction to the party. Friday the 13th, the day that both Denisa and Irini decided to have a party. The day was not planned to be the unlucky Friday the 13th but as the party occurred to be on that day we went along and … Continue reading

Pg. 169 Nadav Kander & Irini Georgiades

Step 1: Step 2: Critical Rationale 20 – 21 April 2018 is a body of work created in response to Nadav’s Kander assignment Making, Not Taking. This body of work can easily confuse the audience, giving them the choice to choose if the photos are travel snapshots or a landscape. 20 – 21 April 2018 both consists of landscapes and snapshots captured by me, documenting my friend’s trip to the UK. Snapshots and landscapes are all mixed up within the book allowing the audience’s mind to travel within the book. This assignment was both focused on playing with the lighting … Continue reading

Pg. 210 Roxana Marcoci & Emma Ridley

Step 1: Tweet a Synopsis   Make an image that documents, invents and interprets. #phonar2018#RoxaneMarcoci#ThePhotographersPlaybook — Emma Ridley (@ecrphotos) May 1, 2018   Step 2: Conduct an Investigation and Create an Artist Portrait   Roxana Marcoci holds a PhD in Art History, Theory and Criticism and currently works as the senior curator in the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art having been there since 1999. Focusing on modern and contemporary art, Marcoci works behind the scenes and has organised major exhibitions including Taryn Simon: A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I-XVIII. Marcoci also writes, a contributor … Continue reading

p. 169 Nadav Kander and Anja Paixão

Task 3.2 This interaction can be through composition, intervention in the scene in front of you, post-editing etc. Only your fantasy is your limit. — Anja Paixão (@AnjaPaixao) 2 May 2018   Step 1: Complete the assignment Step 2: Critical rationale Nadav Kander’s assignment focuses on the difference between a landscape image and a travel snapshot. Kander originally directed this assignment towards photography and asked us to create a series of images. Instead, I adapted the assignment and made a video with still images. When I photographed my images and recorded my video, it was not planned, nor an idea … Continue reading