What is the difference between looking at a photograph and looking through a photograph? Does the interpretation of a photo depend on who is looking? Or maybe it depends on the context? Is it possible to tell what is in the photographs or what are they themselves when looking at them? How and why can we look at photographs "at a slant"? What is not visible in the photographs? Is it possible to present the definition of photography in photographs? The workshop consists in looking at photography from unobvious points of view. During a series of exercises we will consider how and why to look at photography and try to identify our own beliefs and habits related to looking at photos.
moderator: Agnieszka Pajączkowska
workshop for school groups – 13-16 years of age
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