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Free Range Graduate Shows 2012: Middlesex University Photography Ba Hons Review

Intriguing themes in work from Middlesex photography graduates: identity, relationships, attitudes to women in Islam and Jungian philosophies...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Middlesex University Photography -Raphaelle Gosden
Middlesex University Photography -Raphaelle Gosden
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Raphaelle Gosden used children as her subjects and I also found this cute video of her subjects meeting their portrait for you to enjoy.

Middlesex University Photography -Emma Hayes
Middlesex University Photography -Emma Hayes
Middlesex University Photography -Emma Hayes
Emma Hayes placed items belonging to her naked subjects on the walls to create decorative tableaux.

Middlesex University Photography -Samale Ahmed
Middlesex University Photography -Samale Ahmed
Samale Ahmed‘s Les femmes dans Islam portrayed women in a ‘non-traditional and feminist way‘ although she claims not to be making any social observations about the way women live in Islamic countries.

Middlesex University Photography -Urte Marija Januseviciute
Middlesex University Photography -Urte Marija Januseviciute
Urte Marija Januseviciute studied Jungian ideas of unconsciousness and put together eight common complexes using props and costumes to create a surreal character for each one. I really liked these theatrical images with an 80s flavour; they may not have been intended for fashion editorial but they would certainly work well in that setting.

I apologise for the quality of images on this blog post: but if any of these young photographers had websites to showcase their work then I’d be able to show you better ones. Sigh.

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