Critical theory - Part 1. Looking at photographs. An enhanced critical appreciation should, in theory, help an artist create images that communicate clearly. By considering an artist's intention and other contexts it will help us to appreciate the meanings of photographs, particularly in an time when images are everywhere. Eric Kessel's work (shown this week) … Continue reading Positions and Practice – Week 9 (1/3)
Pre Sept 2018, this was a Critical Research Journal for my MA in Photography Course at Falmouth University. It was part of an accredited education programme and created for educational purposes. As it has an educational purpose, it will contain images and documents created by ©Josie Purcell as well as images, texts, and/or other content created by others. Content not created by Josie Purcell will be fully credited including, where possible, the author, title, year, and source. (In accordance with Falmouth University guidelines.) I aim to still attribute others work as I would have done as a student, and I would ask that if others highlight my work in blogs etc. they also provide credit to me. All my work retains my copyright.