Jeff Beck The Wall - Spitzer 1 Jordan Spitzer ENGL 1108 FWS...

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Spitzer 1 Jordan Spitzer ENGL 1108 FWS – Writing About Film Nicholas Roth 2/3/10 Jeff Wall, Sexist Symbolism is of great importance in both film and photography. Figuring out what every aspect of the film or photograph, no matter how large or small it is, can better help us to know what the deeper meaning is behind the work as a whole. In a photograph or a still frame in a film, the mise-en-scène, which comprises everything from lighting to point of view, can describe how a scene or image is structured, and what the hidden meanings are. Jeff Wall, political and social photographer, incorporates many hidden and deeper meanings into all of his works. For example, in his photograph “Picture for Women,” 1979, he incorporates many of these hidden meanings. The work consists of a woman in the foreground of the image, and a man with a camera in the background, all in a shady studio. One implication of this image could be that all men are rapists and stalkers. Based on the inquisitive look on the man’s face and the possibly frightened look that the woman seems to have, this assumption can be made. Alternatively, since
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2010 for the course JWST 244 taught by Professor Monroe, l during the Fall '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Jeff Beck The Wall - Spitzer 1 Jordan Spitzer ENGL 1108 FWS...

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