Immediate Feeling

Posted on: April 21, 2017
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Immediate Feeling is a continuation of investigative, abstracted modes of working that aim to destabilize and comment on the impossibility of fixed meaning. Additionally, the photographs are intended to arouse sensational experiences that give us a heightened awareness of how visuality affects us physically and emotionally.




MaKenna Pope

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BFA Student

Major: Photography

Graduation Year: 2017


Artist Statement:

The inquiry into my studio practice both formally and conceptually is largely influenced by photography’s inherent inclination towards abstraction, and its’ unavoidable capacity to disclose, or at the very least revere, an indirect version of experience. Immediate Feeling is a continuation of investigative, abstracted modes of working that aim to destabilize, and comment on the impossibility of fixed meaning. Additionally, the photographs are intended to arouse sensational experiences that give us a heightened awareness of how visuality affects us physically and emotionally. These experiences not mediated by representation evoke a spirited sense that our capacity for a shared visual language is vast, beautiful, and incapable of being purely signified.

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