photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

Tyson Banh

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Tyson Banh
Art 576: Advanced Photography
Digital Prints; 8.5×11″

Time is an abstract idea and carries a sense of plasticity, like a memory. The ephemeral qualities of time and how quickly it passes challenges my work to capture time in a single, still image. The quality of long exposure photographs illustrate what we can and cannot see; solid objects stand still while streaks suggest movement. By removing the vibrancy and saturation within the photograph, this dullness alters the viewer’s experience of reality and challenges their own memory.

photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

Tyson Banh

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Tyson Banh
Art 576: Advanced Photography
Digital Print; 8.5″ x 11″

Time is an abstract idea and carries a sense of plasticity, like a memory. The ephemeral qualities of time and how quickly it passes challenges my work to capture time in a single, still image. The quality of long exposure photographs illustrate what we can and cannot see; solid objects stand still while streaks suggest movement. By removing the vibrancy and saturation within the photograph, this dullness alters the viewer’s experience of reality and challenges their own memory.

photography, U of Wisconsin, Madison

Kaitlyn Veto

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Kaitlyn Veto
Art 476 – Intermediate Photography
Digital Prints; 10 X 15 Inches
15 images series

Statement: This project was born out of the question “Would you consider yourself a feminist?” Each individual’s identity to suggest that these sentiments could really come from anyone, as the opinions given we’re so widespread and varying.