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This is a serie of photos from my last photo shooting.It's called the scream ,just like Edvard Munch's Scream.For years I have been looking and t… Read More
This is a serie of photos from my last photo shooting.It's called the scream ,just like Edvard Munch's Scream.For years I have been looking and trying to analyse visually this painting.I think it's a really interesting one,a very "shocking" one.This kind of emotion and inside need it is not just a part of our everyday life, it is our everyday life. Seeing comes before words…the character looks and recognises before it can speak.Take Munch's painting The Scream as example. You haven't actually perceived it until you've heard a scream - an incessant scream which makes you tremble. Visual perception, in this case, must proceed through to an acoustic one.-said Welsch . Munch made a diary entry in January 1892 which is widely associated with the creation of The Scream : I was walking along the road with two friends. The sun was setting. I felt a breath of melancholy – Suddenly the sky turned blood-red. I stopped, and leaned against the railing, deathly tired – Looking out across the flaming clouds that hung like blood and a sword over the blue-black fjord and town. My friends walked on – I stood there, trembling with fear. And I sensed a great, infinite scream pass through nature. (Munch, 1892) Read Less
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 This is a serie of photos from my last photo shooting.It's called "the scream",just like Edvard Munch's  "Scream".For years I have been looking and trying to analyse visually this painting.I think it's a really interesting one,a very "shocking" one.This kind of emotion and inside need it is not just a part of our everyday life, it is our everyday life. Seeing comes before words…the character looks and recognises before it can speak.Take Munch's painting The Scream as example. You haven't actually perceived it until you've heard a scream - an incessant scream which makes you tremble. Visual perception, in this case, must proceed through to an acoustic one.” said  Welsch .
Munch made a diary entry in January 1892 which is widely associated with the creation of The Scream :
“I was walking along the road with two
friends.
The sun was setting.
I felt a breath of melancholy –
Suddenly the sky turned blood-red.
I stopped, and leaned against the railing,
deathly tired –
Looking out across the flaming clouds that
hung like blood and a sword
over the blue-black fjord and town.
My friends walked on – I stood there,
trembling with fear.
And I sensed a great, infinite scream pass through nature.”
(Munch, 1892)