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Sara Djuric portfolio

Sara Djuric made a photographic investigation into global travel, exploring sea and air transport of the early - mid 20th Century. She used a still life approach, photographing small models including one of the Titanic, a globe, a spherical weather-vane, and a circular clock.

Reading the Photographs - Guiding Questions

Each of these photographs is made up of multiple-images. How does this form of presentation suggest a narrative quality?

What do you think the various spherical motifs symbolise? What meaning do they add to Sara’s visual narrative? How are these motifs also used as a compositional device?

The photographer used both sepia-toned and full colour photographs. How do these different uses of colour affect your reading of the images?

Learn more about the Titanic

http://www.abratis.de/ship/

Learn more about the early travel photography

http://web.princeton.edu/sites/Archaeology/rp/globalviews/index.html

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