U of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Rachel Evans

Rachel Evans
ART 454: Narrative Photography
Digital Prints; 8″ x 10″
2 of 16 images.

This series of work is very close to me. Each photo represents a life that was lost at that location. I wanted to make the scene look surreal, so I chose to leave the reds that were cast from the streetlights. The photos are very empty, and still. I feel that this best represents the feeling of the community after losing so many young lives.

U of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

McKenna Shaffer

McKenna Shaffer
Art 454- Narrative Photography
Digital Prints
2 of 6 images

This narrative is about a woman that frequently goes to bars by herself to attract the attention of men. She does this because she is unhappy and alone. We were assigned to incorporate two texts with this project (one formal and one informal). The informal text that was paired with the images shown read, “She hid a smile on her lips that could light up cigarettes without a match.”

U of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Alison Korth

Alison Korth
ART 454: Narrative Photography
Digital Print; 6″ x 9″
From a series of 12 photographs

The photo is from a series of photographs that shows different types of entrances to residential homes, commercial buildings and government buildings. Details of the building materials and decorations surrounding the entrances give clues as to what type of people inhabit these structures.

U of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Alyssa Santiago

Alyssa Santiago
Art 456 – Digital Imaging in Photography
Digital Inkjet Prints; 5″ x 8″
Series of 7

In this series, I portray many different types of women adorning a golden phallus that was crafted by myself. It is meant to be a satirical view on Sigmund Freud’s theory of Penis Envy and how utterly ridiculous it would be if all these women possessed the treasured penis.