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Patricia Chan

MA work

This series of portraits records a period of transition in a single subject over the course of nine days and shows a change in the facial expression, clothing, the slope of the shoulder and light as each day progresses. The repetitive act of photographing suggests the revelation of information about the nature of a subject. However this repetition does not suggest a sense of stability or coherency, but rather its opposite.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Fine Art

    Programme

    MA Photography, 2007

  • This series of portraits records a period of transition in a single subject over the course of nine days and shows a change in the facial expression, clothing, the slope of the shoulder and light as each day progresses. The repetitive act of photographing suggests the revelation of information about the nature of a subject. However this repetition does not suggest a sense of stability or coherency, but rather its opposite.

  • Exhibitions

  • Here Today, Jersey Galleries, Osterley House, London, 2006; 175th Annual Exhiblition, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland, 2005; Emerging Artists, Ashford Gallery, RHA, Dublin, Ireland, 2004; Full Circle, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, 2004