Photography and Reflection: Images of My Self
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PORTFÓLIO / Elisabeth Orcutt Photography and Reflection: Images of My Self

Photography and Reflection: Images of My Self

I make self-portraits using  photography. How often does  the phrase, “that’s a good picture,” really mean, “I recognise me/you in that image”? I find when I look at an image of me I sometimes wonder, who is the stranger in the picture? So I was left with the question: “What happens in the gap between me and the image of me”?  This research is concerned with thinking as photographic self-imaging. The knowledge is in the self-portraiture using digital photographic technology: taking self and making self-portraiture.

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