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Objective Objects

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annie morrad

on 8 November 2010

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Transcript of Objective Objects

objective objects Laura Letinsky James Elkins in ‘The Object Stares Back’ discusses the relationship between the observer and the object : ‘there is no such thing as a person looking at an object, if seeing means a self looking out at the world’ The photograph ‘itself’ is an object an ‘artefact’ therefore the image has become an object of an object Is this object real? What is the object defining? Olivier Richon Juan Sanchez-Cotan which is real? Why the acknowledgement to ‘still life’ painting? the use of lighting position of objects in the frame The use of still life ‘conventions’ when photographing the object. Does this connection help our understanding of the object? How? What question is Richon asking? How is he using the coding? Familiarity of the convection of still life? advertising the main user of the 'object'? note the use of the shadow ?? is this using a photographic convention or still a 'painting' one Familiarity of the convection of still life?
Advertising?
Or the object itself? Or all three. the gift of the ‘advertisement’ shiny and new… ?????? Victor Burgin in Photographic Practice and Art Theory ‘The constructed image’. laura letinsky Irving penn we are connected to the object,
through our perception of what the object is how is he using the coding? Based on an idea by David Bate ‘Photography’the image tested against our knowledge of the world. The image is tested against ‘our’ perception of the object. how do we identify our connection to this object Christopher williams this image has 'coding' that speaks of 'photography' has this moved away from 'painting'? the image tested against our knowledge of the world. The image is tested against ‘our’ perception of the object. Connotation and denotation... in the object. the plain background devoid of cultural content what is defined within the object? What is the object saying to us? The use of photographic conventions…Charlotte Cotton ‘The Photograph as Contemporary Art’ 'The Rhetoric of the image' roland barthes
the deconstruction of the 'Panzani' advetisment... Charlotte Cotton ‘The Photograph as Contemporary Art’ James Elkins ‘The Object Stares Back’
Roland Barthes ‘Image Music Text’
David Bate ‘Photography’
Victor Burgin ‘Thinking Photography’ thank you
the 'goodness' of the food, the place of origin suggested by the objects... the construction of the 'story' told through the 'Mise-en-scène', lens, lighting, styling Irving penn irving penn Olivier Richon note the use of the shadow do these help our understanding? and our desire? David Bate What is the object saying to us? placement ?
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