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photography by John E. Epic that uses the philosophical theory or approach that emphasizes the existence of the individual person as a free and responsible agent determining their own development through acts of the will.
Investigating numerous analogies between taking photographs and shooting, the exhibition includes works by many contemporary artists including Sylvia Ballhause, Agns Geoffray, Jean-Franois Lecourt, Christian Marclay, Steven Pippin, milie Pitoiset, Niki de Saint Phalle, Rudolf Steiner and Patrick ZachmannOur photos may reflect our personal experiencesAs for meaning in art and its relationship to the artist you may find this of interest if you do not already know it, Duchamp's brief essay on "The Creative Act" This is a struggle I went through decades ago (in regard to another art) but can still empathizeThe artist Erik Kessels collected all the images she has taken at the fairDo they reveal "meaning" or create "meaning"? Can you help me find my way? alexanderbelisle, Sep 5, 2012 #1 rnt Both, grasshopperBut there is no reason why it just needs to be oneDylan McBurney lives just outside Belfast with his wife Caroline near to the Glens of Antrim and in close proximity to his family
stevemareno1, Sep 9, 2012 #1 sjmurray Life has no meaningWho says it can only be one?View Profile FabFotoFacView Profile Helen Koh Model In existentialism, anxiety ascends from the human being's realization that his destiny is not fixed, but is open to an undetermined future of infinite possibilities and limitless scopeThe moments we exist forIt is a waste to be asking the question when you are the answer[C]itizenship is not merely a status, a good, or a piece of private property possessed by the citizen, but rather a tool of a struggle or an obligation to others to struggle against injuries inflicted on those others, citizen and noncitizen alike others who are governed along with the spectator
The human being must take this freedom of being and accept the responsibility of his actionsI felt like that rabbit in the headlights of a car (or was it a hare? or a deer?) Crossfire is a super fast, loud and powerful sampling of shooting scenes from Hollywood moviesThe civil spectator has a duty to employ that skill the day she encounters photographs of those injuries to employ it in order to negotiate the manner in which she and the photographed are ruled." "Not always in a flattering way craigd, Sep 5, 2012 #1 alexanderbelisle Without meaning, there is nothing but pixelsSo first one has to wonder if a desire for meaning has a biological origin and whether one should look first for something to love and nurture as a source of meaning
INFODo they reveal "meaning" or create "meaning"?The main question would be if there is a meaning in your (or my) worldTo paraphrase Sartre and others -- our need to be true to ourselves -- be genuine-- is enough to drive us toward meaningfulnessExistential Photos has set a password in order to view this albumEarlier this year d'Agata accompanied David Alan Harvey (Magnum, Burn Magazine) to North Dakota on a "Looking For America" documentary project that seemed perhaps undefined, at least as of that writing (April 2012)Given that photography is more popular than ever, its almost shocking to me that such an opportunity is essentially being squandered] Julie H, Sep 6, 2012 #1 Wouter Willemse I am looking for meaning in my world through photographsDiscussions such as these elide the gaze of the photographed subjects, which can vary enormously between sharp, probing, passive, exhausted, furious, introverted, defensive, warning, aggressive, full of hatred, pleading, unbalanced, skeptical, cynical, indifferent, or demanding
The destination is secondaryRia van Dijk, Photo-shot, 1936 Ria van Dijk, Photo-shot, 1969 Ria van Dijk, Photo-shot, Oosterhout, Netherlands, 1978 Ria van Dijk, Photo-shot, Tilburg, 1998 Ria van Dijk, Photo-shot, Tilburg, 2006 Ive written about the work of Steven Pippin in the pastLets forget about photography for a secondanalyses of Antoine d'Agata's photography are often framed in the context of existentialismHis latest photographic adventure is an ongoing exploration of the Northern and Western coastline of Ireland, a landscape of incredible beauty, sparse population and changing lightJean-Franois LecourtWere either all photographers, or were notAnd maybe the problem with art photography is that it has lost all ideas of context, of what it can or should doAny License 48a4f088c3