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Tag Cherine Fahd

James Webb deep field images: The Divide between Science and Art is Artificial

Cherine Fahd, University of Technology Sydney The first task I give photography students is to create a starscape. To do this, I ask them to sweep the floor beneath them, collect the dust and dirt in a paper bag and… Continue Reading →

The Uncanny Melancholy of Empty Photographs in the Time of Coronavirus

By Cherine Fahd and Sara Oscar Over the last few weeks, photographs in the news and on social media have documented our behaviour in response to COVID-19. Panic buying of pasta, rice and, surprisingly, toilet paper is represented in empty shelf after… Continue Reading →

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