Tania Franco Klein
Subject Studies is an anthropological project on the perception of the subject inside contextualized imagery. Repeatedly creating the same context for a scene to happen, the gaze is now turned into how each spectator constructs their perception of the scene and the characters on it from their own cultural gaze and personal history.
The various subjects recreate a similar character in the scenes they inhabit. A scene which maintains the same essence in terms of visual qualities, framing , lighting, editing.
In a wider and general manner the way of describing one of the sequences could be for example a person in a green bathroom. After that, it just gets complicated and complex as vocabulary and perception change the atmosphere in which each person perceives the mood of the scene differently depending on the subject in front of them.
“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are”
attributed to the writer ANAÏS NIN
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