The practice of everyday life promotes consensus, routinely establishing and maintaining conventions of subjectivity. It is proposed that periodically the sovereign self shifts outside this convention, which can be seen when gesture becomes unreadable, while this gesture can be photographed the image as a consequence then holds a deliberate ambiguity that can be used to celebrate this unknowable part of human behaviour.
|Publication status||Published - 16 Jun 2017|
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- Department of Music & Design Arts - Subject Leader
- School of Arts and Humanities
Person: Academic, Doctor of Philosophy