William Wegman
“I’m turning them intomythical characters, I’m notjust making fools out ofthem.”
Anthropomorphismany attribution of human characteristics (orcharacteristics assumed to belong only tohumans) to animals, n...
"I didnt talk…I just listenedto what he was listening to,the whole aura of smellsand sounds and sights andthings that he w...
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  1. 1. William Wegman
  2. 2. “I’m turning them intomythical characters, I’m notjust making fools out ofthem.”
  3. 3. Anthropomorphismany attribution of human characteristics (orcharacteristics assumed to belong only tohumans) to animals, non-living things
  4. 4. "I didnt talk…I just listenedto what he was listening to,the whole aura of smellsand sounds and sights andthings that he was pickingup on during that day.Most people who havedogs see them as theirdogs: Come on, boy, orFetch or pat-pat. Buttheyre really teeming withtheir own thoughts."How does this affect hisphotographs?
  5. 5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdI_SWIhn-E&feature=BFa&list=PLE321D638FBE17BD7&lf=rellist&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mode=1&safe=active
  6. 6. Pick a photograph from your group’s bookand answer the following question: What influenced William Wegman when he photographed this picture? Consider (but you are not limited to) popular culture, well known stories, society’s stereotypes and ideals, art movements and artists, and anthropomorphism.

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