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About charliesarsfieldcmp

Im 19, and i want to be interesting, im currently studying contemporary media at westminster and will become a scriptwriter.

Bibliography

Books.   At twelve, Mann, Sally, Aperture   Immediate Family, Mann, Sally, Aperture (2005)   The media students book, Branston, Gill and Stafford, Roy, Routledge, fourth edition (2006)   Interviews in magazines   Aperture no. 162, Daughter, Model, Muse Jessie … Continue reading

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Critical Review – Sally Mann

Immoral or Maternal? Sally Mann is one of photography’s most acclaimed artist’s, and through her work of portraiture has captured beautiful, mystical and provoking images. Her series ‘Immediate family’, released in 1989, caused much controversy over the content of that … Continue reading

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Writing Plan for the Critical Review

I am coming to the end of my Blog, studying and researching into the ‘Emmett, Jessie and Virginia’ image. The end process is a critical review where the question is up to me to decide on. It has to be … Continue reading

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Research Findings

This blog, as a whole, has been very interesting and mildly entertaining. Over the course of the last 9 weeks I have been posting all on Sally Mann, through which I have discovered lots and almost come to the stage … Continue reading

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At 12

“The images in the series and subsequent publication¬†At Twelve: Portraits of Young Women (1988) capture the confusing emotions and developing identities of adolescent girls.” (http://www.mocp.org/collections/permanent/mann_sally.php, accessed on the 16 november) The series of images in ‘At 12’ are of interest … Continue reading

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Study diary 4

After looking at more theory and analysis techniques, I feel much more certain on my views of Sally Mann and am exited about the research process again. I felt that semiotics was much more helpful than Binary oppositions, as it … Continue reading

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