A se­ries of work

Placing archive im­ages in dif­fer­ent con­texts

Practice-based re­search Find things out through mak­ing work (rather than book-read­ing type re­search)

a c t i o n and r e f l e c t i o n

Make a piece of work, rel­fect on it. Reflection is as im­por­tant is the work it­self.

Intuition about per­cep­tion

Turns out all of these are wrong. People used to think that the eyes were the most im­por­tant (16th cen­tury wood­cut). In the 19th cen­tury peo­ple started to think eyes are not good enough to ob­serve com­plex world

Moshe Bar: Object and Context Blurry im­ages, peo­ple use con­text, see what they think should be there

how you see is in­flu­enced by your back­ground, ed­u­ca­tion etc. Seeing is a so­cial, cul­tural, po­lit­i­cal act.

Part 1: Paper Folding

Part 2: Creating a Visual Narrative

Document process

Markus Dressen: Printed Matter (2010)

Parallels be­tween film-mak­ing and book­mak­ing (different cuts, fade to black etc)