Monthly Archives: October 2014

Understanding Visual Culture- Exercise 23- Black

Before starting this exercise we had to read The Fact of Blackness by Frantz Fanon from the course reader. Our first task was to identify Fanon’s key points and how they relate to visual culture. The main points that Fanon’s makes … Continue reading

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Understanding Visual Culture- Exercise 22- Women Artists

For this exercise, we had to select and annotate 4 works by contemporary female artists, including Sarah Lucas, noting how they relate to the theories and “isms” that have been explored so far. Sarah Lucas Highlights sexuality in quite a … Continue reading

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Understanding Visual Culture- Exercise 21- Images of Women

This exercise was split into 2 parts. The first task was to construct a visual essay using only newspapers and magazines as our source. The first essay had to show the visualisation of women today and the second showing the … Continue reading

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Tutor Feedback and Re-Submission

With my tutor feedback, the overall feeling from my tutor was to redo some of the photos and go out with Cloudbase Images when they were working not just completing a test flight. The images I choose to keep were … Continue reading

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Gender Bias in Films

Fresh from finishing my last exercise, one of my Facebook friends posted an article called “20 Facts Everyone Should Know About Gender Bias in Movies”. As I had been look at Mulvey’s article “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema”, I thought … Continue reading

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