progetto Habitat – 09 – backstage – slideshow

Ho fatto uno slideshow del backstage, una bozza, una prova, per avere un’ idea di come  si possa realizzare un video che racconta il percorso creativo. Ci vorrà una postproduzione professionale, audio con musica e/o voce che commenta.

watch the video on Vimeo

Oggi ho selezionato le foto per il video ed era un strana sensazione di scorrere le immagini delle ultime settimane – la fase dello brainstorming. Vietato vietare – e anche vietato di autocensurarmi. Via libera al gioco senza limiti. Dopo ci sarà il momento per valutare, scartare, selezionare, condensare e perfezionare.

Qualcuno ha detto:

” Bisogna tornare bambini, ma bambini dentro un adulto per poter accedere al momento creativo”

I made a slideshow of backstage footage, a draft, a test, to have an idea of how you can make a video that takes about the creative path. It will need a professional post-production, audio with music and / or voice comments. Watch the video on Vimeo   https://vimeo.com/196970313

Selecting the photos for the video it was a strange feeling to scroll through the images of the last few weeks – the phase of brainstorming. It is forbidden to forbid – and also banned is any form of self censorship. On the other hand, green light to play mode without limits. Later there will be time to evaluate, reject, select, condense and refine.

Someone said:

“We need to return children, but children inside an adult

to access the creative moment “

Published by

sabinekorth

Curriculum • Place and date of birth: Monheim, Deutschland, March 18th, 1958. • Citizenship: German. EDUCATION • University of Bielefeld, Photo Design, 1986 • Graduation thesis: Youths' Free Time and Night Life in Italy. • Languages: English and Italian fluent • Member of DGPH Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Photographie and DFA Deutsche Fotografische Akademie. WORK EXPERIENCE 1986 Moved to Florence, Italy. 1987 -1994 Manager of "Print Service" a professional black/white printing and developing laboratory. 1994–present Free-lance Photographer .Offers workshops in photography of reportage, portrait, black and white printing and fotomontage. .Attends regular annual lectures at University Dortmund, Germany - Dept. of Fine Arts. Professore di Fotografia Classica, Digitale e Fotografia Sperimentale Tecniche di Fotografia classica, sperimentale, alternativa, stampe antiche, pinhole, composizione, reportage, foto di matrimonio, ritratto, montage e collage, camera oscura analogica e digitale. Archiviazione,produzione libri fotografici, videopresentazioni. Guida didattica e workshop per studenti in combinazione con gite fotografiche e fotoanimazioni in scuole e asili. Docente di „fotocollage terapeutico“: Collaborazione come docente e tecnico fotografico con il Gruppo Fotografico “ScattOcchio”del Laboratorio di ArteTerapia Multimediale, Centro di Salute Mentale ASL 2 del Dott. Carmine Parrella. Realizzazione di laboratori creativi per bambini e adulti. Photography Instructor .Lorenzo De Medici Consortium for U.S. programs in Florence. .SACI – Studi Arts Center International Florence Courses through Studio Marangoni in Florence: .Sarah Lawrence College in Florence .New York University .School of Visual Arts in Florence Personal Experience 1991 – 2016 Traveled in Egypt, Mexico, Venezuela, Cuba, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Zimbabwe, New York, India, Morocco, London and Istanbul doing reportage black and white and color digital. Working Philosophy Today more than ever, expressive language communicates the “Zeitgeist” of our times. InFrom South to North, I bring together different cultural forms in order to stimulate reflection on this subject. Instead of employing a classical documentary method, I use a more creative approach that appeals directly to the viewer’s imagination. Combining photographs allows me to interweave and concentrate images. These are fictions that, like poetry, rely on metaphor and simile to achieve their effects. References, allusions, and analogies create a surreal atmosphere that leads the viewer to another reality—one that may be read only beyond the confines of the photo frame. I feel that a body of work is strongest and most honest when it challenges both the viewer and its creator to consider equally new perspectives and ideas. Recently I have begun to explore the possibilities of the “digital darkroom.” To date, most work produced digitally has been commercial. Only recently has digitally-produced photography emerged as an art form. I am fascinated by the computer’s ability to synthesize—to weave disparate materials and into a single continuum. This enables the artist to explore in fresh ways both surrealist and post-modern perspectives. Although my working methods have radically altered, my interests remain the same. The content of my previous work has flowed naturally onto the screen and into the images before you. I enjoy teaching and sharing with students my experiences as a photographer. Whether instructing students in traditional darkroom approaches to developing black-and-white photographs or in new digital approaches to developing color photographs, teaching is for me like a never-ending cycle of giving and taking. When working with students, I often encounter unexpected points of view that challenge me to rethink the ways I approach the students’ work as well as my own.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *