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ONLINE 2019

Luke Watson

Witness Objects

An appropriation of objects which have played some role in conflicts ranging from WWI to the Siege of Sarajevo - part of the extensive collection at the History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina.   The objects were witnesses to a timeframe of events associated with war, designed to perform, protect or survive violent acts. They are symbol, artefact, evidence and memory in physical form. Their temporary modification into pinhole cameras has given them an unexpected new function, transitioning them from a passive object into an active tool. The object has the ability to record, survey and witness. Scenes depicted have tentative yet symbolic connections to the object/camera. The work references the repetitive and cyclical nature of conflict, the blurring of fact and fiction and the untold stories that go undocumented.

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‘The Un/known Soldiers, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘The Un/known Soldiers: Sniping position, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘ICAR Canned Beef, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘ICAR Canned Beef: Monument, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘Stove, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘Stove: Survival, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘Vegetable Oil Tin/Watering Can/Spy Camera, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘USA Vegetable Oil Tin/Watering Can/Spy Camera: US Embassy (No Photography), 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication

‘The Un/known Soldiers, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘The Un/known Soldiers: Sniping position, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘ICAR Canned Beef, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘ICAR Canned Beef: Monument, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘Stove, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘Stove: Survival, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘Vegetable Oil Tin/Watering Can/Spy Camera, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘USA Vegetable Oil Tin/Watering Can/Spy Camera: US Embassy (No Photography), 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication

‘The Un/known Soldiers, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘The Un/known Soldiers: Sniping position, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘ICAR Canned Beef, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘ICAR Canned Beef: Monument, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘Stove, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘Stove: Survival, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘Vegetable Oil Tin/Watering Can/Spy Camera, 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication‘USA Vegetable Oil Tin/Watering Can/Spy Camera: US Embassy (No Photography), 2019’ - Luke Watson - London College of Communication

Current Course:

London College of Communication  MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography (Part-time/Online mode)

Hannah Beatrice • Sandro Georgi • Aaron Guy Leroux • Miguel Varela • Luke Watson • Tobias Wilkinson •

Courses:

Brighton University
MA Photography

UWE Bristol
MA Photography

Falmouth University
MA Photography (Flexible Learning)

Goldsmiths University of London
MA Photography: The Image & Electronic Arts

London College of Communication
MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography

London College of Communication
MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography (Part-time/Online mode)

University of Portsmouth
MA Photography

Royal College of Art
MA Photography

University of South Wales
MA Documentary Photography

Ulster University
MFA Photography

University of Westminster
MA Documentary Photography & Photojournalism

University of Westminster
MA Photography Arts

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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