Friday, March 27 - 9:00AM to 9:45AM
The editing and subsequent presentation of our work is no less
than the creation of meaning. To simply make images without
addressing the context within which they are viewed is to erect
a wall of visual noise. Such a wall can easily, almost invisibly,
separate the perception of images from our understanding of
them. As a means of solving such issues, the lecture will address
a variety of image-editing strategies. In the first instance, pictureto-
picture relationships will be examined. Then, more "macro,"
or umbrella structures, will be defined.