Sheridan / U of Toronto

Karly Boileau

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Karly Boileau
FAS447Y5Y: Individual Investigations in Photography
Digital Prints; 6″xx 8″ free standing prints as well as being displayed in book format.

Series called “With Thanks,” currently there are 13 works in the series but it is ongoing

Description: Documenting and highlighting the often overlooked dedication page in books. The idea of placing the images in the book becomes somewhat of a paradox because one never moves past the dedication page to the actual text, thus the dedications become the story.

Otterbein University

Jennifer Davis

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Jennifer Davis
ART 4500: Advanced Photography
Digital Prints
Individual Photo: 4″ x 6″
Single Print: 11″ x 14″ (4 images per print)
Part of a series of a potential 64 images (16 prints)

Currently working on a typology having to do with technology, specifically smart phones, and the impact they bring upon our lives.

Otterbein University

Allison Switzer

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Allison Switzer
ART 4500: Advanced Photography
digital prints
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The work is part of an experimentation in motion studies, based on the historical work of Eadweard Muybridge. It studies activities that, as artists, we see quite often: wheel throwing, painting, drawing, etc., and breaks down the often either minute or large changes in movement of the body.

Western Michigan University

Tyler Fleetwood

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Tyler Fleetwood
Art 3470 Digital Photography 1
Digital Prints; 11″ x 17″
2 images of a series of 11

The Night Market (I)
Poem by Jeff Hoffman

As mentioned in the last couple posts, these pictures are to be of our own personal interpretation of a poem. In this case, the poem that was studied was titled “Night Market”, in which a couple wary travelers are making their way through a completely foreign town. There are strange and unusual things everywhere, and there’s an ominous, almost mysterious feel about the unfamiliar stalls and stand they wander up to. In this series I wanted to duplicate this feeling, as I took a walk through some of the more unseen, unfamiliar parts of town.

Western Michigan University

Ronnie Plucinski

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Ronnie Plucinski
ART 3470 Digital Photography I
Digital Prints; 11″ x 17″
Series of ten photographs

The Lake
Poem by Corey Marks

This project of 10 -12 images was inspired by a poem selected by each student. The poetry was published by the New Issues Poetry and Prosed here on Western’s campus. I am attempting to work with focal points which draw the eye to a particular spot on the composition.