Monthly Archives: April 2014

Folio Research: Clean eating disease

“It is easy to slip into self-absorption and it is equally fatal. When one becomes absorbed in himself, in his health, in his personal problems, or in the small details of daily living, he is, at the same time losing … Continue reading

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Folio Idea: Self Esteem

Self Esteem has a lot to do with many things. Negative Self Esteem mainly comes from early life experiences, where negative core beliefs begin. For my folio I am focusing only on 3 major outside factors that are unavoidable in my … Continue reading

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Week 7: Adam Voorhes

    Adam Voorhes is a well known Still Life photographer. He got into photography when he saw a photograph of a landscape approached like a still life. He had a strong motivation not to be ordinary with his work or just do … Continue reading

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Folio Proposal…

        Self Esteem: East vs West (working title) I will be exploring self-esteem from a psychological viewpoint. Looking at the way Eastern cultures deal with notions of the self in a dialectical way, as opposed to Western … Continue reading

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Week 6: Richard Wentworth

          Making Do and Getting By     Richard Wentworth works mainly with still life images in his work. The artists background is in sculpture and he uses everyday objects in ways that they are not … Continue reading

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Week 5: Robyn Stacey

  Robyn Stacey is interested in early colonial Australian specimens and materials, and explores this through historic collections, utilising still life to recreate an imagined scene. Series such as Herbarium, Empire Line & The Great and the Good, she photographed Australian plant life … Continue reading

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