Task 2 : F3 feedback

Here’s the discussion from F3. Still need to get my thoughts in order, and I’ve had a few e-mails as well, but this is a starter for 10…

Mathew
19:36
It’s interesting how you extend the narrative of the photo sequences with text.Have you considered making the prints unique and more intimate with handwriting – just like Duane Michals does with his photo sequences?


sharon
19:36
Rob, I’d like to see more experimentation -maybe hadn
[HAND] colour the photos in some way – over print them? Add sound?

Máire
19:36
be really interesting to exhibit these on 48 sheets

Monika
19:37
i agree to emma

Máire
19:38
or printed and posted on walls/boards in cities

Emma
19:38
YES! 
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Monika
19:38
yes 
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Mathew
19:38
Yes 
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Máire
19:38
yes 
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Susan
19:39
Slide 9 (green) really works for me, and as suggested perhaps hand writing.

Anne
19:40
slide 3 has horizontal lines that seem to refer to the TV screen…seems important???

Emma
19:41
Transfer letters….old school, rubbed onto the photographs?

Alison
19:41
or those stencil lettering
look great in the street

Ines
19:45
as a comic book type of presentation

Susan
19:45
Your work felt like a Turner prize entry to me.

Emma
19:46
Rob – suuuuch dramatic images – truly moving…..

Mwamba
19:46
I love the energy in them Rob!

me
19:46
Thank you
everyone

sharon
19:46
Very emotional images

Máire
19:46
its very strong work Rob
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