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GRADUATE
PHOTOGRAPHY
ONLINE 2012

Gemma Marmalade

Strange Birds

In 1957, when conducting extra sensory perception trials with animals, a team of leading parapsychologists discovered that pigeons were able to determine the sexuality of humans through visual observation. Pigeons correctly recognised a test participants' sexual persuasion through a combination of identifying particular physiognomic cues and psychic ability. Given the potential ramifications of this discovery at a time where non-heterosexuality was either illegal or condemned, the research wasn't published or reported. Strange Birds is an experimental polyvisual installation artwork that responds to this groundbreaking discovery from an enlightened contemporary perspective.

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Current Course:

London College of Communication  MA Photography

Kristianne Drake • Rita Fevereiro • Will Jennings • Jacopo Maino • Gemma Marmalade • Heather Miller • Vilma Pimenoff • Minerva de Carvalho •

Courses:

University of Brighton
MA Photography

London College of Communication
MA Photography

Manchester School of Art - MMU
MA Photography

University of Wales, Newport
MA Documentary Photography

Nottingham Trent University
MA Photography

University of Sunderland
MA Photography

University of Ulster
MFA Photography

University of Westminster
MA Photographic Studies

University of Westminster
MA Photojournalism

Categories:

Documentary/Photojournalism

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Commercial/Fashion

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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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