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GRADUATE
PHOTOGRAPHY
ONLINE 2011

Joan Alexander

Shadow Dial Studies

In the ancient correspondence between photography and philosophy, the photograph relayed by the trope of light, becomes a figure of knowledge as well as of nature, a solar language of cognition that gives the mind and the senses access to the invisible. Eduardo Cadava, Heliotropism, Words of Light My work engages with margins of inscription and projection, the liminal space of positive and negative. I am interested in the latent image. A visual in waiting, from between times, like the line between shadow and light; the line, like a map is always a metaphor for something less tangible.

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Current Course:

University of Brighton  MA Photography

Joan Alexander • Alison Bettles • Luke  Hamblin • Louise Maher • Paul  Munson • Lesley Parkinson • Alison  Stolwood • Christopher  Torry •

Courses:

University of Brighton
MA Photography

Central Saint Martins
Postgraduate Photography

De Montfort University
MA Photography

University College Falmouth
MA Photography

University of Lincoln
MA in Digital Imaging and Photography

London College of Communication
MA Photography

University of Sunderland
MA Photography

Sir John Cass School of Art, Media and Design, London Metropolitan University
MA Photography

University of Ulster
MFA Photography

University of Westminster
MA Photographic Studies

Categories:

Documentary/Photojournalism

Pages:12

Landscape

Pages:1

Portraiture

Pages:1

Staged/Constructed

Pages:123

Urban/Suburban Landscape

Pages:1