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As photography has become digitally dominated there has been an increasing number of artists and designers looking back in history in search of a more engaging form of final output. By introducing a series of alternative photographic processes, using the photographic image as a starting point, the course will examine and demonstrate the choices and print methods available that go towards producing tangible pieces of work. By underlining the interaction between image and base material, new processes are explored, and creative departures encouraged.
Clear, easy to understand lessons:
A certificate of completion:
This course is scheduled to run on campus in a face to face delivery format. Please note that due to the ongoing pandemic situation this course may be adapted in line with UK government guidance or other operational requirements. This may include changing course location (to another UAL site), cancellation of the course, or moving part or all of the course online. In the event of any changes being required we will inform you as soon as possible and support you in any changes required. Please bear this in mind when making any travel, visa, or accommodation arrangements.
We will start the course by looking at number of significant artists and photographers, both historical and contemporary, who work in this area.
Each process introduced will be accompanied by a brief handout and recipe. You will be shown how to continue these techniques after the course with the minimum of specialist equipment.
Students are encouraged to bring their own imagery with which to experiment.
Please bring with you to the first session: