Imagine a City That Remembers: The Albuquerque Rephotography
Prince has been appropriating the protected intellectual property of others for decades, earning fame in the art world with his high-grossing 'rephotography
' of Marlboro Man advertisements from the 1980s.
Sequential and longitudinal visual data production methods: "Interval/time-lapse" recordings and "rephotography
For this reason, Howardena Pindell's early experiments with this process are especially vital; her work is a touchstone for the seminal generation of artists who immediately succeeded her and who strategically employed rephotography
, photographic appropriation, and mass-media imagery.
) analysis compares two or more photographs, depicting the same subject, captured at specified times (Rogers et al., 1984).
Part of the park's new approach includes creating more opportunities for visitors, such as packets of historic photographs so people can participate in "rephotography
filmmaking in anthropology, photography in landscape research, rephotography
for documenting social change); participatory and subject-centered approaches; analytical frameworks (e.g.
We documented this change using rephotography
. Alders increased substantially in abundance at all 9 photo points.
According to Sitney, the use of a fixed camera position, flicker effect, loop printing, and rephotography
off the screen set the terms for categorizing structural film; (1) such traits, however, are rarely seen together, nor do they exhaust what may operate as a structural film.
Mini workshops will look at the development of"rephotography
" exhibits, internship programs, and partnering with local schools.
The camera has also been set up for "rephotography
," the retaking of a previously taken photo, historic or otherwise.
Landward is continuing its series on the 'rephotography
' of landscapes across Scotland with presenter Dougie Vipond and photographer Colin Prior.