University of Toronto

Karly Boileau

with_thanks_1

with_thanks_2

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.

University of Toronto

Stacy Ng

dressone

dresstwo

Stacy Ng
FAS447: Individual investigations in photography

The Dress Series
Digital prints
Series of 9 photographs

Over the past few years have purchased and inherited many dresses in my closet. I currently own over 50 different dresses. However, I rarely get the change to wear any of them. Therefore, I decided to photograph a series of dress that were forgotten, while addressing my obsession with collecting dresses.

University of Toronto

Nikki White


There is a light and it never goes out.


Abandonment

Nikki White
FAS 347Y5: Photo 3
Digital Prints/Digital Slide show; 16″ x 10″
Part of a series: 2/3- Abandonment

These photos are from a series based on abandonment. The piece was presented in a digital slideshow format. The images were played with corresponding and contrasting audio to change the way these photos could be interpreted.

University of Toronto

Michelle Johnson


Death Becomes Her (Adams)
Inkjet Print
24 x 16


Death Becomes Her (Warhol)
Inkjet Print
16 x 24

Michelle Johnson
Photography IV class
From Death Becomes Her Series – 2 of 4

Personal statement: I have been fortunate enough not to have many people die in my life, but this fact has also warped my views on death. To me, my conception of death is purely a visual conceit developed from art and popular culture. In these images, I appropriate the image of a dead woman who jumped to her death and landed on a car, and then was immortally appropriated in the repetitive prints of Andy Warhol. The second image is of the famous execution of a Vietcong prisoner in the middle of street, as photography6 by Eddie Adams.