Photographing the invisible: A practice based photographic investigation of different environments using peripheral vision as a phenomenological narrative on the consciousness of space and place
There can be a distancing effect in our interaction with the environment and it can be reduced to a spectacle rather than a multisensory experience through our use of photography. This practice-based research investigates the use of still photography to capture our peripheral interaction with the environment that we either do not notice or take for granted. The aim is to capture this invisible daily interaction with the world in photographic form as a...[Show more]
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