Source Photographic Review

Source Photographic Review

GRADUATE PHOTOGRAPHY ONLINE 2016

Dianne Whyte

The Trap RoomsThis work is a study of space, in particular the function of a theatre space. These spaces are hidden from view; they act as a metaphor for the staging of reality, that underlies contemporary life. The normally hidden machinery of the theatre, what really drives the spectacle, acts as the social and economic forces that shape our lives. These spaces vary but the common denominator amongst them is that they deliver an illusion of reality. Shallow, contrived illusions of reality. In a philosophical sense they ask questions about the nature of observable reality, what we see is never just what is seen, but merely all that is available to us.

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Dianne Whyte - Ulster University

Current Course:

Ulster University  MFA Photography

 Aaron Dickson     Richard Gosnold     Colin Heyburn     Raymond B. Newman     Katrina Taggart     Tim West     Dianne Whyte     Dalyce Wilson   

COURSES:

University of Brighton
MA Photography

Leeds College of Art
MA Creative Practice

London College of Communication
MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

Plymouth University
MA Photography

Plymouth University
MFA Photography

Royal College of Art
MA Photography

University of South Wales
MA Documentary Photography

Ulster University
MA Photography

University of Westminster
MA Photographic Studies

CATEGORIES:

Documentary/Photojournalism

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Landscape

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Portraiture

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Staged/Constructed

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Urban/Suburban Landscape

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