Series and Sequence in Photography

ART X 432.55

Develop and execute a series of work, and discover the way series photography can expand narrative and deepen discussion.

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What you can learn.

  • Develop and execute an idea for a series of work
  • Research and investigate series across various photographic genres
  • Receive critique on assignments from classmates and instructor
  • Visit an exhibition and/or book printer/publisher

About this course:

A photography series illustrates the way images can come together to expand narratives and deepen discussions. In this intermediate course, students will develop and execute an idea for a series of work, guided by weekly critiques, lectures, readings and discussions. Topics will include the various linear and nonlinear ways in which images can be constructed and presented, often creating new forms and allowing for deeper contexts to their concepts. Students will also research and investigate series across various photographic genres such as documentary, portraiture, conceptual, still life, and landscape.
Prerequisites
Art X 438.9 Photography I or knowledge of basic photographic techniques

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