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Subtext : critiquing individual photographs within a collective consciousness

Author: Andre Ruesch
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.
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Subtext invites and encourages personal and blatantly subjective responses to photographs and analyzes the drivers behind them. During decades of participating in critiques as both student and teacher, André Ruesch has become convinced that it is the personal response to work that connects us in the most visceral and meaningful way. This book aims to encourage and educate viewers how to read and understand  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andre Ruesch
ISBN: 9781315714851 131571485X 9781317502241 1317502248
OCLC Number: 1002220183
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 206 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: The velvet hammer : the potency of elements --
The personal galaxy : the symbol --
Just fashion : a question of identity --
Nike and the butterfly : the reversed stereotype --
Staying in line : conductivity --
Politics : the metaphoric landscape --
Henry's tale : the photographic fable --
Moment by moment : elapsed time--Eadweard Muybridge revisited --
the drowned gun : time as poetry --
Split again : the reversed connection --
The other half : water and air --
The original : please touch the art --
The tyranny of borders : the fractured elements --
The holy rosary : belonging --
A conversation with God : the white elephant in the room --
Superstructure : conflation --
Lady like : body language --
Recycling : the image ecology approach --
Appropriation : reinterpretation --
Dad : titled versus untitled --
Speed and stoicism : the nature of the elements --
Reflection : the literally and the figuratively --
Sky view : upside down --
Blood is blood : assumption --
Hypnagogia : viewpoint --
Harmonia : rendering the invisible --
Snap : breaking point --
Recognition : the need for invisibility --
Big and small : how we give thanks --
Ammo and a happy meal : be theatrical --
The spider and the net : catch and caught --
Dirty jobs : a deceptive comedy of errors --
What is to come : dreaming --
The angel and the wasp : the order of the elements --
In the end : censorship.
Other Titles: Critiquing individual photographs within a collective consciousness
Responsibility: André Ruesch.

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Subtext invites and encourages personal and blatantly subjective responses to photographs and analyzes the drivers behind them. During decades of participating in critiques as both student and teacher, André Ruesch has become convinced that it is the personal response to work that connects us in the most visceral and meaningful way. This book aims to encourage and educate viewers how to read and understand photographs on a deeper level, honoring and validating their responses to photographs. This book seeks to vitalize students in the photography classroom. Rather than a dense tome of theory, this is an accessible guide to taking individual ownership of--and enjoying--the visual experience. To be visually literate is comparable to being linguistically literate. Such literacy is necessary to engender a deeper understanding and valuation of culture: both types of literacy create, enrich, define and historically document the expression of one individual to be shared by all.

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