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The World Within And The World Without Forms And Functions Of Utopia In Photography, Anne-Claire Bondon Mar 2014

The World Within And The World Without Forms And Functions Of Utopia In Photography, Anne-Claire Bondon

Arts and Letters Conference

In The Photograph, Graham Clarke writes: In the end there is no literal reality. All is construction and myth and, ultimately, self-enclosed reality.”[i] This article envisages this ‘self-enclosed reality’ as a space of possible utopias and the photograph as a consequent imagination-opener. Based on fifties and sixties American photography, this article attempts to survey the possible forms and functions of utopia in photography as well as to investigate how dystopian and utopian visions generated by photographs can, if not change, at least challenge our conception of man and society.

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A War Ignored: A Collection Of Oral Histories, Brandon English, Josh Gwyn, Beau Torres, Miranda Ellis, Naveen Khan, Sarah Cavalcanti Mar 2013

A War Ignored: A Collection Of Oral Histories, Brandon English, Josh Gwyn, Beau Torres, Miranda Ellis, Naveen Khan, Sarah Cavalcanti

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

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The Porches Of Cabbage Town, Carol L. Washburn Mar 2013

The Porches Of Cabbage Town, Carol L. Washburn

Georgia State Undergraduate Research Conference

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Rumors Of Flight: The Photographic Record Of The Wright Brothers At Huffman Prairie, Jeffery Alan John Sep 2001

Rumors Of Flight: The Photographic Record Of The Wright Brothers At Huffman Prairie, Jeffery Alan John

Following in the Footsteps of the Wright Brothers: Their Sites and Stories

Today, one hundred years after the Wright Brothers conducted their research leading to powered flight, we can revisit the period between 1900 and 1905. We know what the brothers did, and how they did it, largely because the Wrights conscientiously recorded their work both visually and verbally. In this sense, they showed an extraordinary dimension of their inventiveness. The camera was an important instrument of their research. The Wright Brothers as inventors had a unique understanding of the power of photography to make an accurate representation of reality (Nolan, 1984). As a result, the Wright Brothers have left us a ...