SURROGATE TIME BASED TECHNIQUES - LABOURED REFELCTION AND SLOW DOING
   
These images form part of an ongoing series of work. I am exploring with techniques that encourage a much longer digestion period of digital work.  The extra time spent manipulating and ‘playing’ with the images allows for a deeper consideration of the image. This process is detailed in the context of teaching and learning by Scanlon and Grivell. “We contend that the speed of image production that the camera facilitates may short-circuit the process of ‘knowing through seeing’ inherent in slower media such as drawing. Consequently the photographic image often contains a density of immediately visible visual data that can paradoxically remain remote from students’ conscious perception.”