VJIC Series: Can An Artist Create A Unique Language – Sandeep Biswas (India)

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Subject: VJIC Series: Can An Artist Create A Unique Language – Sandeep Biswas (India)
Date: February 16th 2021
VASA Journal on Images and Culture

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Can An Artist Create Their Own Unique Language

Third essay by: Sandeep Biswas (India)

"Does the Artist create a Unique Language?"

© Sandeep Biswas

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Can an artist create a new uniquelanguag theme in VJIC:

Visual language of Photography — a visual form of communication using visual elements and principles to construct a photographic language through which photographers convey meaning, emotions, ideas, opinions, and narratives. Viewers or readers of the image (text) construct meaning from their historical, cultural and epistemological framework.  

Sandeep Biswas is a photographer, curator and mentor based in New Delhi, India. He has studied his Bachelor in Fine Art from New Delhi Art College and then as a visiting associate fellow with the photography department at Kyoto University of Art & Design supported by the Japan Foundation Fellowship.

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Editor note:
This is the third in a series of essays addressing the VJIC theme on artist and language.

Future authors include:
Nkosinathi Dlamini, Linquist, Austria,
Mike Amrose, Photographer, USA
Judith Rodriguez, Photographer, Argentina
Paula Scamparini, Artist, Brazil
Sandeep Biswas, Photographer, India
Andreas Muller, Theorist, Austria
Lesia Maruschak, Artist, Canada
Lawrence Brose, Filmmaker, USA

** Essays will be added every 4-6 weeks.

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VJIC Table of Content for past series include: Hungarian Photography (Sandor Szilagyi), Phenonology of Photography (Ione Manzali) the Quantum and the Visual Arts (Dan Duda).

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