About Photograms…and new Oxford Brookes Building!

Today I went to Oxford to meet Nari, my Korean friend and teacher. We spent few hours studying Korean in The John Henry Brookes Building which I really love because its modern, spacious and provides a great study environment. Every time I go there I’m more and more excited about joining Brookes next month! You can watch the video below and you will know exactly what I mean!

But anyway, since I didn’t have much time today and looking through my older posts I realized that I never posted any pictures of my final photograms that I created (or chose) for our photograms project, I decided that this is a perfect opportunity to do it because they are there..in the folder just waiting for me to upload them..and they don’t need that much explaining either. So I just hope you like them and are looking forward my next post!



Photography project that we started last weeks was one of my favourite projects so far. We were creating a series of our own photograms which are photographic images created by placing objects directly onto the surface of a light-sensitive material for example photographic paper  and then exposing it to light…which means we were creating photographic images without using a camera. because we were using light-sensitive paper we also  had to work in the dark room what made everything even more exciting. Below I included a selection of photograms I created during this (unfortunately only) 2 days project. Enjoy!:)

First week session:

Second week session: