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Mobile Photography & Art Flickr/Instagram Showcase – 5 July 2020

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Mobile photography and art has a way of forming, shaping and holding in front of our eyes something we feel inside. It’s about storytelling, enabling viewers to develop a narrative of their lives and relate to their own experiences, in a new way. And, it is for this reason that I have curated and published […]

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Mobile Photography & Art Flickr/Instagram Showcase 28 June 2020

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The desire to belong is one of the greatest driving forces behind TheAppWhisperer.com’s longevity. Roles of photographers and artists have changed throughout history and to many, they can be lonely or isolating pursuits but it is the facility to identify within the structure of a collective, that individuals seek counsel, share ideas and pull each […]

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Mobile Photography & Art Instagram/Flickr Group Showcase – 21 June 2020

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“Photography is a foreign language everyone thinks they speak“, DiCorcia (1993-1994) cited in Galassi (1995). Photography is a language, adopted as a means of expression and communication or as an accompaniment to words. It has its own set of grammatical rules and codes. How we read an image is determined by our own personal background […]

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Mobile Photography/Art Pic of the Day (1,278) via Instagram

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Here’s day one thousand, two hundred and seventy eight of our mobile photography/art Pic of the Day section via Instagram. Each day we select one image a day for our Pic of the Day section on Instagram, with this hashtag #theappwhisperer. Today, we congratulate @Eliza_tsistimeaua – Eliza Badoiu-Tsitsimeau with this image entitled ‘necessary agressiveness of the imperative colours shines into […]

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Mobile Photography & Art Flickr/Instagram Showcase – 14 June 2020

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“In these last decades ‘concerned’ photography has done at least as much to deaden conscience as to arouse it”, Sontag, S. On Photography (1979). Sontag argued that beleaguering the public with sensationalist photographs of war and poverty was a definitive way to numb the public’s response. Sontag believed that the more distressing images people viewed, […]

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The Impossible Exhibition – Covid Sessions – A Project by Visionary Andrea Bigiarini Part 2

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I am delighted to publish Part 2 of The Impossible Exhibition – Covid Sessions – A Project by Andrea Bigiarini. This is a unique venture whereby mobile artists, throughout the world, who could leave home, were asked to film their streets. Or if they were confined, they filmed from their properties. It makes fascinating viewing […]

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Mobile Photography and Art Flickr/Instagram Showcase – 17 May 2020

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Art therapy has the power to relieve trauma and I believe it should be used widely to help survivors rebuild their lives. There seems to be a general consensus that more should be done to end slavery and trafficking but still it is an area of criminal activity that appears to be on the rise, […]

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The Impossible Exhibition – Covid Sessions – A Project by Visionary Andrea Bigiarini

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I am delighted to publish Part 1 of The Impossible Exhibition – Covid Sessions – A Project by Andrea Bigiarini. This is a unique venture whereby mobile artists, throughout the world, who could leave home, were asked to film their streets. Or if they were confined, they filmed from their properties. It makes fascinating viewing […]

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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 5 April 2020

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Influenced by Susan Sontag, Maggie Nelson and Elaine Scarry, ‘The Art of the Body’ by Alexander Allison has perhaps been my fastest read yet. Not that there’s any race with reading, but sometimes, it’s so impossible for me to put a book down, that even when making dinner, I’ll prop a book open and this […]

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Mobile Photography & Art – Flickr/Instagram Group Showcase – 29 March 2020

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It is a glorious spring day outside, there was a beautiful dawn chorus emitting from the garden birds this morning, the flowering bushes are starting to blossom. There’s a cold east wind but the piercing sun heats up our glass roofed conservatory, where I am writing this column with so much warmth, I envisage I […]