This course explores the photographic medium through hands-on experimentation. Every week a new theme is explored through image interpretation and active image-making. Students will be given unique guidelines to follow in order to come up with their own images in class (based on the weekly theme) without prior planning. Activities will encourage students to embrace a more hands-on approach, by responding to new ideas in the moment, while also incorporating some of their own ideas in the making process. Some of the themes that will be covered include the role of subjectivity, language, limitation and context in relation to photography.
* Students will be informed of the materials needed in the first lesson.
Janine CLAASE was born in South-Africa and has lived and studied in Hong Kong since 2008. During her undergraduate studies she received the ‘Reaching Out Award’ and ‘Outstanding Performance Scholarship’. She graduated from the Bachelor degree co-presented by RMIT University and Hong Kong Art School in 2019 with distinction for her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (major in photography) and was selected as part of the Fresh Trend ’15 group exhibition at Hong Kong City Hall. She is currently the co-founder and coordinator of Blank Page Writers’ Forum and likes to spend time collaborating on local art, film and music projects. Her other interests include psychology and therapeutic art.
15/4/2021 – 13/5/2021 (THU)
7:00pm – 9:00pm