Another Point of View
This photographic exercise which takes place around the neighborhood of the school aims to sensitize the students to the uncountable possibilities of our perception and how objects, which ontology, proportions and image we know, appear in a very different form, color and perspective. The vision we fix on the photographic picture transforms unexpectedly and the object becomes almost unrecognizable. The exercise extends of course to formal questions of photography as composition, unsharpness and contrasts. Another important aspect is obviously the esthetic experience the students are allowed to live, having their lesson walking around in the city or in the park instead of sitting in the school room as usual.