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  • 1.2 Portraiture: Transformations Responding to artists
  • Arnulf Rainer
  • Mila Preslova Man Ray David Hockney Laszlo Moholgy-Nagy
  • Annette Messager Chuck Close Irving Penn Erwin Wurm
  • Francesca Woodman Richard Avedon El Lissitzky
  • General Images for Inspiration SOME INITIAL IDEAS • Make a Zoetrope, but use black & white/digital portrait photos where the facial expressions change. Consider it as an animation. Look at the work of Eduardo Muybridge • Photograph someone through a series of textured glass windows focusing on distortion • Distort the face by playing with reflections, shadows and mirrors to create an optical illusion. • Consider how you can create a anonymous portrait - try printing a portrait but placing drawn scribbles on acetate over your projection on top of your photographic paper. Look at the work of Arnulf Rainer. • Using props and different costumes, transform a person. Stick to a simple background. Look at the work of David LaChapelle Play with structure and layout Play with light and projections Costume & props
  • General Images for Inspiration Play with focus and colour (Above: By Norman Parkinson) Use the photo as part of a illustrated collage Real & Fictional Silhouettes & Shadows Anonymous: Disguise & Masks Adornment