Landscape of water: Perception and Photography

Davide Virdis
5th - 6th november 2014



The seminar closely examines how to plan and carry out a photographic project on photography on contemporary landscape and the relationship between man and water.
The lecturer will first present some of his works, analysing the various steps that make up a photographic project: from the idea to the final scope through the field survey to the final narrative.
Students will be guided through an exercise in producing some photographic images that will be presented and discussed in the group.
The aim of the seminar is to spur participants’ cognitive and expressive abilities, by the elaboration and practise of a few fundamental critical tools for decoding and creating photographic images for the representation of the contemporary landscape.