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Nadine Attzs

BA (Hons) Photography L3

 

Nadine Attzs uses photography to explore her family and the relationships that resound within that, the dissemination of these images act as a tool for a greater connection. “Having experienced feelings of disconnect during my life, therefore I look to my family for verification of who I am, to connect with someone. My notion of family is my identity.” Nadine is the recipient of the Symons-Hatton Award 2011.

 

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Jonathan Pannetier

BA (Hons) Photography L3

I am fascinated by the idea of ‘Vagabond’, which is influenced by my multicultural background and upbringing.

My work is about the everyday relationship among the places, people and culture that I personally feel related to and unconsciously recognise. Also, it is a way to express my own perceptive and portrait how I feel, what we see and what we can’t see, question about the city and its inhabitants.

In my first major work ‘Billy Brown JR’, I documented the life of a sixty-year-old marginal man who suffers from mental illness, and has been looked after on a daily basis.

My next project is called ‘SEA’. Work made in Asia. One of my inspirations comes from my great grandfather’s anthropological publications about the former Indochina.

Contact: Jonathan_pannetier@hotmail.com

http://www.jonathanpannetier.wordpress.com

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Michael Schmidt: Thoughts about my way of working (Camera, March 1979)