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Jack Day

Van 1

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, University of Westminster

The project’s title, ‘VEHICLES’ acts as a conceptual thread, which binds the separate elements of the work. The most obvious meaning of ‘vehicle’ refers to a mode of transport but can also describe: a carrier, a means of conveyance or transmission, or a medium for the expression, communication, or achievement of ideas, information, display etc. The aforementioned definitions present a reference to the medium of photography itself, its recording and conveying of information. Visually the meanings also relate to the chosen subject matter within the body of work. The idea of a vehicle as a carrier of information, akin to the photographic image is relayed through images of hand prints on van doors, people in transit, and the videos of commuters using mobile devices.

 


Van 2

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, University of Westminster

The project’s title, ‘VEHICLES’ acts as a conceptual thread, which binds the separate elements of the work. The most obvious meaning of ‘vehicle’ refers to a mode of transport but can also describe: a carrier, a means of conveyance or transmission, or a medium for the expression, communication, or achievement of ideas, information, display etc. The aforementioned definitions present a reference to the medium of photography itself, its recording and conveying of information. Visually the meanings also relate to the chosen subject matter within the body of work. The idea of a vehicle as a carrier of information, akin to the photographic image is relayed through images of hand prints on van doors, people in transit, and the videos of commuters using mobile devices.

 


Van 3

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, University of Westminster

The project’s title, ‘VEHICLES’ acts as a conceptual thread, which binds the separate elements of the work. The most obvious meaning of ‘vehicle’ refers to a mode of transport but can also describe: a carrier, a means of conveyance or transmission, or a medium for the expression, communication, or achievement of ideas, information, display etc. The aforementioned definitions present a reference to the medium of photography itself, its recording and conveying of information. Visually the meanings also relate to the chosen subject matter within the body of work. The idea of a vehicle as a carrier of information, akin to the photographic image is relayed through images of hand prints on van doors, people in transit, and the videos of commuters using mobile devices.

 


Van 4

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, University of Westminster

The project’s title, ‘VEHICLES’ acts as a conceptual thread, which binds the separate elements of the work. The most obvious meaning of ‘vehicle’ refers to a mode of transport but can also describe: a carrier, a means of conveyance or transmission, or a medium for the expression, communication, or achievement of ideas, information, display etc. The aforementioned definitions present a reference to the medium of photography itself, its recording and conveying of information. Visually the meanings also relate to the chosen subject matter within the body of work. The idea of a vehicle as a carrier of information, akin to the photographic image is relayed through images of hand prints on van doors, people in transit, and the videos of commuters using mobile devices.

 


Untitled (Station)

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, University of Westminster

The project’s title, ‘VEHICLES’ acts as a conceptual thread, which binds the separate elements of the work. The most obvious meaning of ‘vehicle’ refers to a mode of transport but can also describe: a carrier, a means of conveyance or transmission, or a medium for the expression, communication, or achievement of ideas, information, display etc. The aforementioned definitions present a reference to the medium of photography itself, its recording and conveying of information. Visually the meanings also relate to the chosen subject matter within the body of work. The idea of a vehicle as a carrier of information, akin to the photographic image is relayed through images of hand prints on van doors, people in transit, and the videos of commuters using mobile devices.

 


Untitled (Street)

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, University of Westminster

The project’s title, ‘VEHICLES’ acts as a conceptual thread, which binds the separate elements of the work. The most obvious meaning of ‘vehicle’ refers to a mode of transport but can also describe: a carrier, a means of conveyance or transmission, or a medium for the expression, communication, or achievement of ideas, information, display etc. The aforementioned definitions present a reference to the medium of photography itself, its recording and conveying of information. Visually the meanings also relate to the chosen subject matter within the body of work. The idea of a vehicle as a carrier of information, akin to the photographic image is relayed through images of hand prints on van doors, people in transit, and the videos of commuters using mobile devices.

 


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