Implicit Content

24 April - 29 May 2015

Is how we interpret photographs of any importance?

Does the photographer have an ethical or moral responsibility in terms of how and where their work is displayed?

Do these questions apply to all genre of lens-based practice in some way?

Are there cultural considerations which photographers should be aware of? 

These are some of the questions that are considered during the BA Photography, Level 5 module “Photography as Representation”.

Implicit Content (1)
Lydia Meredith 'Dear Dorothy'

In the images displayed in this exhibition, students explore these issues and question the roles and responsibilities they may face within their professional career. 

*The truth claim of photography is the term used by Tom Gunning to describe the prevalent belief that traditional photographs accurately depict reality.  He states that the truth claim relies upon both the indexicality and visual accuracy of photographs.