Posts tagged ‘Photography’

July 13, 2013

The RAMPAGE continues…

RAMPAGE | The Performance of Violence and the Theatre of Protest | Tracey Fahy 2013

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June 10, 2013

Rampage Installation | Never Seeing Nothing


My installation at Never Seeing Nothing exhibition last month at Nursery Gallery, London [thanks to Christina Vazou for the first image].  You can view the installation showreel here.

May 4, 2013

Never Seeing Nothing (13-18 May)

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I will be showing my project Rampage in Never Seeing Nothing, part of the Moose on the Loose Biennale of Research organised by UAL Photography and Archive Research Centre (PARC).

Private view: 15th May, 2013 – 6-9pm

For more details please visit: www.neverseeingnothing.com | www.mooseontheloose.net

April 27, 2013

a·nom·a·lies #3

anomolies

April 15, 2013

Cubism

Cubism Cubism

March 11, 2013

a·nom·a·lies #2

a·nom·a·lies #2

March 1, 2013

a·nom·a·lies

January 31, 2013

Inspiration | Joel Meyerowitz

Malaga, Spain, 1967

© Joel Meyerowitz | Malaga, Spain (1967).

 

December 24, 2012

HAVE A RIOTOUS TIME!

RAMPAGE | The Performance of Violence and the Theatre of Protest
RAMPAGE | The Performance of Violence and the Theatre of Protest http://www.riotofspring.wordpress.com

December 14, 2012

New Project | RAMPAGE

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My lastest project, Rampage, is an experimental exploration of dance and news photography with sound to create a conceptual art installation (a series of projected images and slideshow). Inspired by William Marotti’s text Japan 1968: The Performance of Violence and the Theatre of Protest (about the student riots in Japan during this year) I focus on the present day social landscape, particularly the riots in the UK last year.

Influenced by Japanese avant-garde culture of the late 1960s and early 1970s – in particular, the Provoke group of photographers working in Japan at that time. Published in 1968, Provoke magazine is most often associated with a generation of photographers searching for a radical visual language to abolish the perception of photography as document; their images were often grainy and blurred (are-buke-buke), exemplifying their willingness to discard information.

For more info, visit the Rampage blog www.riotofspring.wordpress.com

CREDITS:

Sound Artist: Tim Bamber

Dancers: Anastasia Papaeleftheriadou and Catarina Trota