duane michals, things are queer, 1973
gelatin silver print
9 images, each 5x7
sidney janis gallery, new york
Plays on the idea of reality and reminds me of an image by Duane Michals
Dreams designed by Dali in Spellbound
I really like the panning shots and how each frame blends into the other.
(don’t watch the second half of it, sooo gross)
Magritte’s Man with a Newspaper sets up a narrative of everyday life with a potential story, however the story is uncertain, Magritte gives no clues.
My visual response to Brian Heffernan’s book. Non origin an reoccurrence.
A book about a book about a book - Brian Heffernan
In the book Symbolic Exchange and Death, Baudrillard talk about how things have non origin an reoccurrence.
For my final major project I want to produce a short film based on the idea of reality and representations of reality.
Baudrillard references Borges Fable where a cartographer starts to draw a map of the kings empire, however through wanting to draw it as accurately as possible with as much detail as possible he ends up covering the whole empire with the map itself.
Our televisions now display simulations of reality instead of actual reality and our music and graphic design does the very same thing
Poster I designed inspired by the Olympics.
I’ve been doing Photoshop tutorials. I made this using my new skills.