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2012 Photography workshop with Erieta Attali

The scope of this one-week workshop focuses on using the medium of architectural photography as a critical tool, to enable the visual depiction of both buildings in them and in the new relationships of building and context. Photography is capable of intentional or unintentional deceits in terms of scale, context and physical condition – sometimes legitimate, sometimes not. Photography has also proven an excellent tool for displaying the shortcomings and sensations unidentifiable by plans and sections. Architectural photography helps us to understand the architect’s ideas and intentions, and can provide us with insights into a building’s meaning. It provides us not only with documentary evidence but also serves as a stimulant for the critical mind.

 

Joseph Andrade – Untitled

Fabrizio Ballabio – Intervals

Mansi Bapna – London too nice to be real

Jill Coffey – Gate, passage, light

Daniel Concha – Eventide

Gary Fox – Untitled

Amelia Holliday – To live is to leave traces

David Johnson – Untitled

Sandra Mereis – Halted Glances on a Wanderers Passage Through a Rather Small Entity in Space

Eline Ostyn – Unraveling the mesh