What new meanings can photography take in forced isolation?
Stuck in my studio apartment in Milan, at the epicenter of the Corona epidemic, I've been exploring reality under a whole new lens. Suddenly landscapes and objects that in our day-to-day we hardly notice, take a completely new meaning.
What you will learn:
I will teach you how to observe reality and its subtle changes from your apartment.
How the class works:
- You'll bring five landscape photos taken from your apartment. It's important for the pictures to tell a story, and have a set order to be observed in. I'll give you some comments on your photos and
- I'll tell you about my own exploration in these unique circumstance.
- We'll take some more pictures together over, using your phone or laptop camera to create innovative staging and composition.
Luca Rotondo’s research focuses primarily on the investigation of landscape, widely intended as a new idea of human or inner landscape, with special attention to the human aspect and it’s spatial relations. He then begins a series of in-depth projects, the theme being portraits of individuals depicted as an architectural presence and the relationship with their surroundings. Each person is therefore in a constant dialogue with his surrounding living space.
He continues to work on editorial assignments and has been published in IoDonna, Corriere della Sera, D Repubblica, D-lui, Icon Design, Icon Australia, Domus, Elle Decore, the World of Interiors, Esquire, Interni magazine, Living, Panorama, The Next Building, Planum. Over time he has also collaborated with numerous architects, designers, businesses and media agencies. His “Metropolitan Lullabies” project won him the 12th edition Ponchielli award. Since 2016, he has been teaching landscape photography at IED (European Institute of Design) in Milan. He has participated in several collective exhibitions and some of his artworks are now part of the Bracco Foundation’s collection.
- Five photos of
- An Iphone or laptop with a reasonably good camera
The class will last two hours, so please book 2 hours back to back
1.Choose a date that fits you.
-- Please note that while we're in beta all time slots are expressed in GMT+3, so please make sure the selected slot fits your time zone!
Check the Experience Requirements section to make sure you have all the required material.
2.Confirm and pay.
The host will have to confirm your booking to ensure the right number of participants is attending, and send you the Zoom link for the experience. You can also message the host with for any update or special request.
-- Please note that while we are in beta, cancellations are not possible!--
If you can't make it, you can either schedule a new time by contacting the host directly, or send the Zoom link to a friend.