The Structure of my Academic Essay: “Portraits as Living Archives”

Introduction (Say what I’m going to say)  What I’m going to say in this article, and why   Main Body (Say it) Sugimoto’s work: Description Background (Why he did this work: the extension of Diorama series ) Technique(How he did this work?) {Read &Watch: (1)The Exactness of The World: A Conversation With Hiroshi Sugimoto;(2) From Oil to … More The Structure of my Academic Essay: “Portraits as Living Archives”

Notes & Quotes from two articles about Hiroshi Sugimoto(杉本博司)

[1] Art:21, (2005). Artists speak: Hiroshi Sugimoto. School Arts, (105.3), p.14. HS: “Memory, and replica. Photography is a system of saving memories. It’s a time machine, in a way…to preserve the memory, to preserve time.” HS: “…to me, photography functions as a fossilization of time.” “Central to Hiroshi Sugimoto’s work is the idea that photography is … More Notes & Quotes from two articles about Hiroshi Sugimoto(杉本博司)