I InCam Reality Check— Point. 1
Contact Details Kerstin Hacker Kerstin.Hacker@anglia.ac.uk
James Earnshaw JamesEarnshaw@live.com 07814253157
InCam Reality Checkpoint Students on the BA Photography at Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University produced InCam Reality Checkpoint in five days in October 2013. Everything from idea development, shooting, postproduction, editing and publication was done within this timeframe. We collaborated with a third year graphic design student who designed and laid out the publication. This project foster the collaboration between first, second and third year students on the BA Photography and the wider community of the Cambridge School of Art. The students learn about each otherâ€™s practice and produce the images that explore diverse approaches to photography. Students also learn transferable skills like team building and working to very tight deadlines. For many it is their first experience of the publishing process. This publication showcases with great success the talent we nurture and the vibrant and exciting environment we work in. As Course Leader I am immensely grateful to all students who contributed to the success of this magazine. The students have done themselves and the Cambridge School of Art proud. Kerstin Hacker Course Leader BA Photography Cambridge School of Art
“Fantastic” Amy Notley Ainura Bissenova Jose Debenham Megan Czykieta Megan Lovell Megan Turney Wendy N’Guessan
Somnium Richard Tooley Eejay Angel Joana Gomez Libby Fletcher Wannisa Khamsontha Will Bailey
The Surreal Rosie Field Adele Woodhams Courteney Sapsford Laurence Turner Lucy Brewis Ola Swidevska Stephen Salmon
Life, Remote, Control. Trevor Hails Daniella Kenworthy Gonzalez Jack Halpin James Foard Jordan Harris Mikey Phelan
Unknown Antonia McDonnell Bekah Parnham Beccy Twelftree Emma Crossman Issy Vaughan-Williams Matthew O’Hare Nicola Bayley
Horseplay Stephen Allwright Bronwen Posner Glenn Adams Greta Krineviciute Megan Thorpe-Mansfield Megan Speck Kate Sherman Olivia Dent
Amy Notley Ainura Bissenova Jose Debenham Megan Czykieta Megan Lovell Megan Turney Wendy N’Guessan
“Ich mag Cambridge (I like Cambridge)” —
“In general an interesting place to live — things to see and do —”
“Cosmopolitanism” — The idea that all of humanity belongs to a single moral community.
“Cosmopolitan” (Coz-mo-pol-it-ain)— A city/place or person that embraces its multicultural demographics.
“Happy People Good place to work” — 11
“Full of University, Full of Tourists! Then there is me, born and bred” — Doug
“It’s a very beautiful historical city.” —
“Camb. is a very wonderful city but as more & more people want to come to it, careful thought is needed, consulting the public, as to how to develop it.” —
I Richard Tooley Eejay Angel Joana Gomez Libby Fletcher Wannisa Khamsontha Will Bailey
The Surreal â€”
I Rosie Field Adele Woodhams Courteney Sapsford Laurence Turner Lucy Brewis Ola Swidevska Stephen Salmon
â€œNo man for any considerable period can keep one face to himself and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the true.â€? â€” Nathaniel Hawthorne
Life, Remote, Control.
With the prevalence of reality TV shows and the current focus of both mainstream and social media on the everyday lives of ordinary people and celebrities, our aim was to question the portrayal of â€œrealityâ€? within the media and comment on the blurred lines between real life and media content.
Trevor Hails Daniella Kenworthy Gonzalez Jack Halpin James Foard Jordan Harris Mikey Phelan
“In the future everybody will be world famous for fifteen minutes.” — Andy Warhol
Antonia McDonnell Bekah Parnham Beccy Twelftree Emma Crossman Issy Vaughan-Williams Matthew O’Hare Nicola Bayley
I “It may mark the boundary between the central university area of Cambridge and the ‘real world’ of non-academic locals living beyond. One is warned to check one’s notions of reality before passing.” —
Stephen Allwright Bronwen Posner Glenn Adams Greta Krineviciute Megan Thorpe-Mansfield Megan Speck Kate Sherman Olivia Dent