Competition Gallery

 

Daniel Evans & Brendan Barker

Steel Wool

Course: BA Photography, University for Creative Arts, Farnham

Moronic is the first project from collaborative duo Daniel Evans & Brendan Baker. The role of language and the human process of understanding it, are central to the work.  Taking cues from various aspects of semiology, the oxymoronic statements that the images are derived from create a void where meaning is not concrete. Space is allowed for the mind to produce all manner of potential outcomes. Baker & Evans focus on this void, playfully manipulating meaning to highlight the fallibility of language and its relationship with the photographic image. In many instances the visual translation is entirely literal, in other cases, the meaning requires a more active search on behalf of the viewer.

www.daniel-evans.info

www.brendan-baker.com


Over Full

Course: BA Photography, University for Creative Arts, Farnham

Moronic is the first project from collaborative duo Daniel Evans & Brendan Baker. The role of language and the human process of understanding it, are central to the work.  Taking cues from various aspects of semiology, the oxymoronic statements that the images are derived from create a void where meaning is not concrete. Space is allowed for the mind to produce all manner of potential outcomes. Baker & Evans focus on this void, playfully manipulating meaning to highlight the fallibility of language and its relationship with the photographic image. In many instances the visual translation is entirely literal, in other cases, the meaning requires a more active search on behalf of the viewer.

www.daniel-evans.info

www.brendan-baker.com


Air Field

Course: BA Photography, University for Creative Arts, Farnham

Moronic is the first project from collaborative duo Daniel Evans & Brendan Baker. The role of language and the human process of understanding it, are central to the work.  Taking cues from various aspects of semiology, the oxymoronic statements that the images are derived from create a void where meaning is not concrete. Space is allowed for the mind to produce all manner of potential outcomes. Baker & Evans focus on this void, playfully manipulating meaning to highlight the fallibility of language and its relationship with the photographic image. In many instances the visual translation is entirely literal, in other cases, the meaning requires a more active search on behalf of the viewer.

www.daniel-evans.info

www.brendan-baker.com


Backside

Course: BA Photography, University for Creative Arts, Farnham

Moronic is the first project from collaborative duo Daniel Evans & Brendan Baker. The role of language and the human process of understanding it, are central to the work.  Taking cues from various aspects of semiology, the oxymoronic statements that the images are derived from create a void where meaning is not concrete. Space is allowed for the mind to produce all manner of potential outcomes. Baker & Evans focus on this void, playfully manipulating meaning to highlight the fallibility of language and its relationship with the photographic image. In many instances the visual translation is entirely literal, in other cases, the meaning requires a more active search on behalf of the viewer.

www.daniel-evans.info

www.brendan-baker.com


Egg Plant

Course: BA Photography, University for Creative Arts, Farnham

Moronic is the first project from collaborative duo Daniel Evans & Brendan Baker. The role of language and the human process of understanding it, are central to the work.  Taking cues from various aspects of semiology, the oxymoronic statements that the images are derived from create a void where meaning is not concrete. Space is allowed for the mind to produce all manner of potential outcomes. Baker & Evans focus on this void, playfully manipulating meaning to highlight the fallibility of language and its relationship with the photographic image. In many instances the visual translation is entirely literal, in other cases, the meaning requires a more active search on behalf of the viewer.

www.daniel-evans.info

www.brendan-baker.com


Crash Landing

Course: BA Photography, University for Creative Arts, Farnham

Moronic is the first project from collaborative duo Daniel Evans & Brendan Baker. The role of language and the human process of understanding it, are central to the work.  Taking cues from various aspects of semiology, the oxymoronic statements that the images are derived from create a void where meaning is not concrete. Space is allowed for the mind to produce all manner of potential outcomes. Baker & Evans focus on this void, playfully manipulating meaning to highlight the fallibility of language and its relationship with the photographic image. In many instances the visual translation is entirely literal, in other cases, the meaning requires a more active search on behalf of the viewer.

www.daniel-evans.info

www.brendan-baker.com


Fish Fingers

Course: BA Photography, University for Creative Arts, Farnham

Moronic is the first project from collaborative duo Daniel Evans & Brendan Baker. The role of language and the human process of understanding it, are central to the work.  Taking cues from various aspects of semiology, the oxymoronic statements that the images are derived from create a void where meaning is not concrete. Space is allowed for the mind to produce all manner of potential outcomes. Baker & Evans focus on this void, playfully manipulating meaning to highlight the fallibility of language and its relationship with the photographic image. In many instances the visual translation is entirely literal, in other cases, the meaning requires a more active search on behalf of the viewer.

www.daniel-evans.info

www.brendan-baker.com


Act Natural

Course: BA Photography, University for Creative Arts, Farnham

Moronic is the first project from collaborative duo Daniel Evans & Brendan Baker. The role of language and the human process of understanding it, are central to the work.  Taking cues from various aspects of semiology, the oxymoronic statements that the images are derived from create a void where meaning is not concrete. Space is allowed for the mind to produce all manner of potential outcomes. Baker & Evans focus on this void, playfully manipulating meaning to highlight the fallibility of language and its relationship with the photographic image. In many instances the visual translation is entirely literal, in other cases, the meaning requires a more active search on behalf of the viewer.

www.daniel-evans.info

www.brendan-baker.com


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