Destructive Catharsis

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Destructive Catharsis by Mind Map: Destructive Catharsis

1. Key Readings

1.1. Soutter, L., 2013. Why Art Photography? London: Routledge,

1.2. Bate, D., 2015. Art Photography, London: Tate Publishing

1.3. Campany, D., 2012. Art & Photography, London: Phaidon

1.4. Ewing, W. A., 2006. Face: The New Photographic Portrait, London: Thames and Hudson

2. Key Concepts

2.1. Relationships

2.1.1. Trusting your partner

2.1.2. Letting someone into your space

2.1.3. Intimacy

2.1.4. Emotional impact

2.1.4.1. Heartbreak

2.1.4.1.1. Betrayal

2.1.4.1.2. Loneliness

2.1.4.1.3. Confusion

2.1.4.1.4. Depression

2.1.4.1.5. Anger

2.2. Destruction

2.2.1. Cathartic expression of anger

2.2.1.1. Self-destructive behaviours

2.2.1.1.1. Smoking & Drinking

2.2.1.1.2. Blaming yourself

2.2.1.1.3. Coping mechanisms

2.2.2. Erasing that person from your life

2.2.3. Cleansing of possesions

2.3. Personal growth

2.3.1. Rebuilding confidence

2.3.2. Being vulnerable again

2.3.3. making adjustments

2.3.4. Finding yourself again

2.3.4.1. Self re-branding

2.3.5. Moving on

2.3.5.1. Dating apps

2.3.5.2. Finding other things that make you happy

3. Research Methods

3.1. Archive material

3.2. Field work

3.3. Photoworks

4. Experimentation

4.1. Darkroom Photograms

4.2. Photographing fire

4.3. Four Elements

4.4. Smashed Glass

4.5. Optical illusions

5. Practitioners

5.1. Laura Stevens – Another November

5.2. De-Selfing – hsin wang

5.3. Ways I hurt myself to hurt you - Lora Mathis