Through the lens of a jewellery practice: An inquiry into photographic representation within a practice-based Ph.D.
In the context of a practice-based Ph.D. programme, photography plays an important role within the written thesis. Starting from the recognition that both photography and jewellery can be understood as having a dual nature, in that they can both function as subject and object, this article explores how photography can change the physical object. A practitioner of photography and jewellery can create a complex inquiry when engaging with both mediums. This article considers how each medium can be considered a form of practice in its own right and how each has the ability to change presentation and viewership.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Transart Institute for Creative Research and The University of Plymouth
Publication date: March 1, 2018
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