Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Archive photo tagging and collage


Today's session focussed on tagging archive photos sourced from The Argus Archive, via The Keep, Brighton and Hove Royal Pavilion and Museums, QueenSpark Books, Brighton and Hove Photographic Collection (http://www.photosbrightonandhove.org.uk/) as well as beginning to research video material from Screen Archive South East.



In previous sessions we have been using Google sheets to create a shared document that provides all the data for the app. The app developers will use this to link photos, keywords, locations etc to the edited oral histories. Paul Farrington will also be using it to edit the sound files from the pupils selections - they have noted down the time-codes and provided a key "quote' that the will be used in the app. 


GIDDY GOOGLE SHEET DOCUMENT


For the final exhibition and website I'll be editing together a series of films linked to out themes combining different oral histories and archive film footage. The group will help make decisions about what oral histories to include and what video material to use. Today the group rotated around a series of tasks:

1. Looking at video footage from Screen Archive Southeast's material and making links between this material and our themes: Love and Romance, Friendship, Music and Dancing, Fashion and Identity, Pastimes. 

2.Collating the audio clips into groups related to the different themes.

3. Tagging the photos using the tag words already identified:


 LOVE                    WAR             MUSIC



LOSS            DANCING                IDENTITY


FASHION                 SUBCULTURES


MONEY                    CRIME                      MISCHIEF


BEACH                                 CINEMA       WORK


CHILDHOOD                       VENUES


PASTIMES               FRIENDSHIP


HOME


4. Making collages linked to the above tags using the archive photographs from The Brighton Museum, Argus Archive, and Queenspark Book community photo archive. We looked at the artist John Stezaker's work for inspiration, here are some examples of the pupils fantastic collages: 



















2 comments:

  1. Fab collages! Really powerful and effective.

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  2. Funny editing with the amazing photos. Thanks for the share.

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