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Daniel Mayrit

Landscape with Bag

Course: BA (Hons) Potographic Arts, University of Westminster

Suburban Scenes is a series of tableaux that have been staged and photographed by Daniel Mayrit in a way that may remind us of that characteristic look of Google Street View. Mayrit places his work in the postmodern tradition of Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, but in a contemporary context that comments on one of the newest image making processes. The aim is both to question the authenticity of representation and to explore the limits of photography as a medium to represent a particular time and space, in this case post-riot Tottenham.

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The Side Door

Course: BA (Hons) Potographic Arts, University of Westminster

Suburban Scenes is a series of tableaux that have been staged and photographed by Daniel Mayrit in a way that may remind us of that characteristic look of Google Street View. Mayrit places his work in the postmodern tradition of Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, but in a contemporary context that comments on one of the newest image making processes. The aim is both to question the authenticity of representation and to explore the limits of photography as a medium to represent a particular time and space, in this case post-riot Tottenham.

www.danielmayrit.com


The Retail Park

Course: BA (Hons) Potographic Arts, University of Westminster

Suburban Scenes is a series of tableaux that have been staged and photographed by Daniel Mayrit in a way that may remind us of that characteristic look of Google Street View. Mayrit places his work in the postmodern tradition of Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, but in a contemporary context that comments on one of the newest image making processes. The aim is both to question the authenticity of representation and to explore the limits of photography as a medium to represent a particular time and space, in this case post-riot Tottenham.

www.danielmayrit.com


Man with Hammer

Course: BA (Hons) Potographic Arts, University of Westminster

Suburban Scenes is a series of tableaux that have been staged and photographed by Daniel Mayrit in a way that may remind us of that characteristic look of Google Street View. Mayrit places his work in the postmodern tradition of Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, but in a contemporary context that comments on one of the newest image making processes. The aim is both to question the authenticity of representation and to explore the limits of photography as a medium to represent a particular time and space, in this case post-riot Tottenham.

www.danielmayrit.com


An Encounter

Course: BA (Hons) Potographic Arts, University of Westminster

Suburban Scenes is a series of tableaux that have been staged and photographed by Daniel Mayrit in a way that may remind us of that characteristic look of Google Street View. Mayrit places his work in the postmodern tradition of Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, but in a contemporary context that comments on one of the newest image making processes. The aim is both to question the authenticity of representation and to explore the limits of photography as a medium to represent a particular time and space, in this case post-riot Tottenham.

www.danielmayrit.com


Man on Tea Break

Course: BA (Hons) Potographic Arts, University of Westminster

Suburban Scenes is a series of tableaux that have been staged and photographed by Daniel Mayrit in a way that may remind us of that characteristic look of Google Street View. Mayrit places his work in the postmodern tradition of Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, but in a contemporary context that comments on one of the newest image making processes. The aim is both to question the authenticity of representation and to explore the limits of photography as a medium to represent a particular time and space, in this case post-riot Tottenham.

www.danielmayrit.com


The Front Yard

Course: BA (Hons) Potographic Arts, University of Westminster

Suburban Scenes is a series of tableaux that have been staged and photographed by Daniel Mayrit in a way that may remind us of that characteristic look of Google Street View. Mayrit places his work in the postmodern tradition of Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, but in a contemporary context that comments on one of the newest image making processes. The aim is both to question the authenticity of representation and to explore the limits of photography as a medium to represent a particular time and space, in this case post-riot Tottenham.

www.danielmayrit.com


The Departure

Course: BA (Hons) Potographic Arts, University of Westminster

Suburban Scenes is a series of tableaux that have been staged and photographed by Daniel Mayrit in a way that may remind us of that characteristic look of Google Street View. Mayrit places his work in the postmodern tradition of Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle, but in a contemporary context that comments on one of the newest image making processes. The aim is both to question the authenticity of representation and to explore the limits of photography as a medium to represent a particular time and space, in this case post-riot Tottenham.

www.danielmayrit.com


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