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Francesca Woodman, Untitled, (1975-1976) Above is a contact sheet produced by Woodman while attending the Rhode Island School of Design. It shows Woodman in her studio interacting with hand drawn images of geometric shapes with which her body seems to interact. Although she did produce a series of images that included a male friend, the vast majority of Woodman’s work revolves around the female body…usually her own. “It’s a matter of convenience,” she said. “I’m always available.” But even ...
51) To begin with, the TVs all seemed to be showing different pictures, different scenes...but then, Judy realised they were all showing aspects of the same scene - a woman, in what looked like an artist's studio.
Francesca Woodward, photography, 172 Sans titre by lechantdupain, via Flickr
The Last Doll Standing: Francesca Woodman
I thinkt this is a photograph maked by Francesca Woodman
Francesca Woodman Art Experience NYC www.artexperience...
There was nothing in the world that I ever wanted more than to feel you deep in my heart...
Francesca Woodman | woman | crawling | mirror | reflection | stone floor | rustique
photography by Francesca Woodman
Reminds me of Francesca Woodman. :)
Francesca Woodman. I saw the documentary about her. Such a shame.
I will have to watch. Strange she lived in Stanwood WA, that is a small dairy town about 40 miles N of Seattle.
photo 5 and 6 reminds me of the " Yellow Wallpaper."
I was thinking the same thing, Cathy!
We just watched it as well - very interesting and provoking.
tragic, but amazing art!
She staged scenes with props: mirrors and gloves and eels and panes of glass. She blurred her image so that she appeared like an active ghost—or perhaps more appropriately, after the title of one of her series, like an angel.