Archive for the 'Writing' Category
I wrote this essay for a film theory course I took from Brian Henderson back in 2004 when I was a grad student at University of Buffalo. Ironically, when I was researching the topic I found that Brian Henderson, my prof, had written one of the most important essays on voice over narration. I guess […]
More golden oldies from Sarah’s vault. I wrote this essay as an undergrad (1999 I think;) it’s not bad, a little naive, but I make some good points and have a few great examples. Mark and Bourke-White certainly have much in common.
Bourke-White marks the evolution from the machine aesthetic to the more human approach. […]
Raised By Wolves as a Non-Fictional Multi-Media Narrative
I was reminded of this essay when I recently posted about Antoine D’Agata’s social documentary work. I wrote this essay back in 2001; I was taking an English course on narrative from Rick Fehrenbacher. Being a fan of Jim Goldberg’s work I saw great a great opportunity’s to […]
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- Washington DC Summer 2006 at Sarah Wichlacz
- Miroslav Tichý (Painter and Photographer) Revisited
- Buffalo Zoo Gate Sculptures at Sarah Wichlacz
- Preliminary Scanner Camera at Sarah Wichlacz
- Issues of Narration: Voice-Over in Film
- Margaret Bourke-White and Mary Ellen Mark: Documentary Heritage
- Andrea Modica at Catherine Edelman Gallery
- Raised By Wolves as a Non-Fictional Multi-Media Narrative