Charlotte Mannouch

Foundation Diploma in Art, Design & Media Practice - Canterbury

Theme

I decided for my fmp to focus on photography, and do my topic on pollution. Whilst doing this I got to explore many different types of photography, falling in love with the analogue process. For my final display I wanted to show my favourite pieces from the colour darkroom, as I feel their message was powerful. I created them to show how nature is at a constant battle with pollution, specifically plastic and harmful dyes, making them overlap and twist between eachother as if they are trying to harm eachother. I fear for our future if we do not start paying more attention to our actions, I fear that nature will win.

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Charlotte Mannouch | Pre-degree & Foundation Studies 4
A photogram created in the colour darkroom, made to highlight the ongoing battle of nature and pollution. Here it specifically involves plant life, plastic pollution and harmful dyes, they engulf eachother so it is difficult to tell who is winning this battle. I fear that if we do not change our ways nature will lose.
Charlotte Mannouch | Pre-degree & Foundation Studies 3
A photogram created in the colour darkroom, made to highlight the ongoing battle of nature and pollution. Here it specifically involves plant life, plastic pollution and harmful dyes, they engulf eachother so it is difficult to tell who is winning this battle. I fear that if we do not change our ways nature will lose.
Charlotte Mannouch | Pre-degree & Foundation Studies 2
A photogram created in the colour darkroom, made to highlight the ongoing battle of nature and pollution. Here it specifically involves plant life, plastic pollution and harmful dyes, they engulf eachother so it is difficult to tell who is winning this battle. I fear that if we do not change our ways nature will lose.
Charlotte Mannouch | Pre-degree & Foundation Studies 1
A photogram created in the colour darkroom, made to highlight the ongoing battle of nature and pollution. Here it specifically involves plant life, plastic pollution and harmful dyes, they engulf eachother so it is difficult to tell who is winning this battle. I fear that if we do not change our ways nature will lose.
Charlotte Mannouch | Pre-degree & Foundation Studies
The most effective photograms that I made in the colour darkroom, to highlight the battle between nature and pollution, displayed as a collection.