2007 Student Research Conference:
20th Annual Student Research Conference

Fine Arts

Photographing Patterns on Human Form
Kelsey V. Wiskirchen
Prof. Priya S. Kambli, Faculty Mentor

For my undergraduate research in photography, I will be focusing on the human form. The body is a stimulating structure, with complex details, angles and curves. When you isolate one element of the body, such as an elbow or a foot, it is interesting to find the patterns that can be made by repetition or strategic placement. When photographing, I will explore the idea of using the body not only as subject matter, but also as a canvas. I am interested in seeing through photography how my mark making on the body can accentuate and interact with the patterns made by human forms.

Keywords: Photography, Pattern, Human Form, Studio Art


Presentation Type: Studio Art

Session: 35-3
Location: OP South (Art) Wing Atrium
Time: 1:15 pm

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