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Tutorial with Lee Shearman

Good to hear about your project and its potential outputs stemming from your trilogy of short stories and how you might incorporate the performative elements/ visuals through a sequence of photographs, fine art and illustration. Your ideas contain elements of shrine-making, performance, photography, fiction, pseudonym / alter ego, time-based media. For you a focus could now be on how you bring these elements together in print/digital form and how the text accompanies imagery/ sequence. Here are links to some of the works I mentioned (and more):

Paul Auster (novelist) & Sophie Calle (artist) http://www.imageandnarrative.be/inarchive/autofiction/khimasia.htm

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2004/dec/13/art.art

Double game:

http://www.violetteeditions.com/books/double-game.html

Sophie Calle:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophie_Calle

Auggie Wren’s Christmas Story:

https://psychogeographicreview.com/permanence-impermanence-auggies-pictures/

You could look at the work of Andrew Kotting (filmmaker) and his wayfaring, psychogeographical films:

http://www.andrewkotting.com/

https://www2.bfi.org.uk/news-opinion/news-bfi/features/where-begin-andrew-kotting

Andrew often collaborates with writer Iain Sinclair (writer) especially in regards to Psychogeography:

‘’ A significant proportion of Sinclair's work has consisted of an ambitious and elaborate literary recuperation.’’

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iain_Sinclair#Psychogeography

http://thelostbyway.com/2020/11/the-noise-of-memory-walking-with-iain-sinclair-and-andrew-kotting.html


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