Workshop, ECAL 2017
in BACHELOR PHOTOGRAPHY
interlacing the image - process
create and shoot three still lifes without focusing on a certain product or object. in other words : create ‘abstract images’ through various ingredients. you could use: paper, fluids, photoshop, paint, cloth, etc.
create objects out of the 3 abstract still life images you shot earlier. think about the presentation of the photograph in the space. try to stretch the general concept of the two dimensional image, the photograph (not just a print on the wall). find and explain the connection between image, object and presentation.
re-shoot the objects you created, your ‘products’, in the studio. be inspired by and try to stretch the visual clichés of online-shop and catalogue photography.
ECAL/Cynthia Ammann & Théa Giglio
ECAL/Guillaume Baeriswyl & Eliott-Villars
ECAL/Julien Deceroi & Romain Roucoules
ECAL/Luna Conte & Alexandra Trotobas
ECAL/Elisa Ribeiro & Adrien Sgandurra
ECAL/Arthur Lehmann & Norida Ho
ECAL/Lucie Deluz & Lucie Viriot
ECAL/Fanny-Laure Bovet & Faustine Ardaine
ECAL/Aurore Bonami & Yul Tomatala
ECAL/Sarah Coppet & Guillaume Lamarre