Photo: Martin McGagh
#02 Suburbia + Photography
Every medium has a message
Michael Hayes (editor) begins with the message of the medium, developing an argument that a uniquely photographic vision – defined by frame, limitations of the lens and a decentralised point-of-view – has shaped both the perception and making of suburban space.
Photographing urban America, 1964 – 1969
Hugh Campbell (Dean of Architecture, UCD) presents an insight into the changing environment of urban America 1964-79 and how this shift from centre to suburb is reflected in the work of Garry Winogrand and Stephen Shore.
The Advancement of Learning
Martin McGagh (photographer) produces a visual essay of photographic work which contemplates young adults, as they move through the twilight of their childhood, in the context of the generic housing estates where they live.