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Joachim Fleinert

Installation shot

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Reflective Memories The idea behind the project is an investigation on the importance the eyes have in a picture, and what our understanding of this is. Each animation is an attempt to recreate the moment when a photograph is taken and open up the question: Who is creating the image? The inspiration comes from a test made at Cambridge University in 1997 with the name: ”Reading the Mind in the Eyes”. The test was originally made to study people with Asperger syndrome. The video installation consists of 28 different animations (HD) in a loop of 10 minutes each. No sound.

www.fleinert.com


3 screenshots of: The boy with the hat

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Reflective Memories The idea behind the project is an investigation on the importance the eyes have in a picture, and what our understanding of this is. Each animation is an attempt to recreate the moment when a photograph is taken and open up the question: Who is creating the image? The inspiration comes from a test made at Cambridge University in 1997 with the name: ”Reading the Mind in the Eyes”. The test was originally made to study people with Asperger syndrome. The video installation consists of 28 different animations (HD) in a loop of 10 minutes each. No sound.

www.fleinert.com


3 Screenshots of: The old man with glasses

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Reflective Memories The idea behind the project is an investigation on the importance the eyes have in a picture, and what our understanding of this is. Each animation is an attempt to recreate the moment when a photograph is taken and open up the question: Who is creating the image? The inspiration comes from a test made at Cambridge University in 1997 with the name: ”Reading the Mind in the Eyes”. The test was originally made to study people with Asperger syndrome. The video installation consists of 28 different animations (HD) in a loop of 10 minutes each. No sound.

www.fleinert.com


3 Screenshots of: Like she was waiting for something

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Reflective Memories The idea behind the project is an investigation on the importance the eyes have in a picture, and what our understanding of this is. Each animation is an attempt to recreate the moment when a photograph is taken and open up the question: Who is creating the image? The inspiration comes from a test made at Cambridge University in 1997 with the name: ”Reading the Mind in the Eyes”. The test was originally made to study people with Asperger syndrome. The video installation consists of 28 different animations (HD) in a loop of 10 minutes each. No sound.

www.fleinert.com


Introduction to Reflective Memories.See Vimeo link: https://vimeo.com/52356067

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Reflective Memories The idea behind the project is an investigation on the importance the eyes have in a picture, and what our understanding of this is. Each animation is an attempt to recreate the moment when a photograph is taken and open up the question: Who is creating the image? The inspiration comes from a test made at Cambridge University in 1997 with the name: ”Reading the Mind in the Eyes”. The test was originally made to study people with Asperger syndrome. The video installation consists of 28 different animations (HD) in a loop of 10 minutes each. No sound.

www.fleinert.com


Reflective Memories.See Vimeo Link: https://vimeo.com/52356067Password JF201310 minutes (in loop)

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Reflective Memories The idea behind the project is an investigation on the importance the eyes have in a picture, and what our understanding of this is. Each animation is an attempt to recreate the moment when a photograph is taken and open up the question: Who is creating the image? The inspiration comes from a test made at Cambridge University in 1997 with the name: ”Reading the Mind in the Eyes”. The test was originally made to study people with Asperger syndrome. The video installation consists of 28 different animations (HD) in a loop of 10 minutes each. No sound.

www.fleinert.com


Reflective Memories.See Vimeo Link: https://vimeo.com/58122222Password JF201310 minutes (in loop)

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Reflective Memories The idea behind the project is an investigation on the importance the eyes have in a picture, and what our understanding of this is. Each animation is an attempt to recreate the moment when a photograph is taken and open up the question: Who is creating the image? The inspiration comes from a test made at Cambridge University in 1997 with the name: ”Reading the Mind in the Eyes”. The test was originally made to study people with Asperger syndrome. The video installation consists of 28 different animations (HD) in a loop of 10 minutes each. No sound.

www.fleinert.com


Reflective Memories.See Vimeo Link: https://vimeo.com/58122223Password JF201310 minutes (in loop)

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Reflective Memories The idea behind the project is an investigation on the importance the eyes have in a picture, and what our understanding of this is. Each animation is an attempt to recreate the moment when a photograph is taken and open up the question: Who is creating the image? The inspiration comes from a test made at Cambridge University in 1997 with the name: ”Reading the Mind in the Eyes”. The test was originally made to study people with Asperger syndrome. The video installation consists of 28 different animations (HD) in a loop of 10 minutes each. No sound.

www.fleinert.com


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