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Tracey Fahy

#towerblock, 2014, © Tracey Fahy

Course: MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, London College of Communication

Fahy’s experimental project Unplugged employs a variety of techniques from meditation to image-processing software to create her work. Taking inspiration from John Cage and his interest in Zen and the vernacular, Fahy practices a form of photography known as Miksang, which encourages pure mindfulness to be executed while creating images conceived as ordinary life. These images are converted into audio, and then into spectrograms, leaving an abstract, reconfigured graphical score.

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#vapour trail, 2014, © Tracey Fahy

Course: MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, London College of Communication

Fahy’s experimental project Unplugged employs a variety of techniques from meditation to image-processing software to create her work. Taking inspiration from John Cage and his interest in Zen and the vernacular, Fahy practices a form of photography known as Miksang, which encourages pure mindfulness to be executed while creating images conceived as ordinary life. These images are converted into audio, and then into spectrograms, leaving an abstract, reconfigured graphical score.

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#streetlights, 2014, © Tracey Fahy

Course: MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, London College of Communication

Fahy’s experimental project Unplugged employs a variety of techniques from meditation to image-processing software to create her work. Taking inspiration from John Cage and his interest in Zen and the vernacular, Fahy practices a form of photography known as Miksang, which encourages pure mindfulness to be executed while creating images conceived as ordinary life. These images are converted into audio, and then into spectrograms, leaving an abstract, reconfigured graphical score.

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#wall #ceiling, 2014, © Tracey Fahy

Course: MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, London College of Communication

Fahy’s experimental project Unplugged employs a variety of techniques from meditation to image-processing software to create her work. Taking inspiration from John Cage and his interest in Zen and the vernacular, Fahy practices a form of photography known as Miksang, which encourages pure mindfulness to be executed while creating images conceived as ordinary life. These images are converted into audio, and then into spectrograms, leaving an abstract, reconfigured graphical score.

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#sunrise, 2014, © Tracey Fahy

Course: MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, London College of Communication

Fahy’s experimental project Unplugged employs a variety of techniques from meditation to image-processing software to create her work. Taking inspiration from John Cage and his interest in Zen and the vernacular, Fahy practices a form of photography known as Miksang, which encourages pure mindfulness to be executed while creating images conceived as ordinary life. These images are converted into audio, and then into spectrograms, leaving an abstract, reconfigured graphical score.

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#sky #tree, 2014, © Tracey Fahy

Course: MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, London College of Communication

Fahy’s experimental project Unplugged employs a variety of techniques from meditation to image-processing software to create her work. Taking inspiration from John Cage and his interest in Zen and the vernacular, Fahy practices a form of photography known as Miksang, which encourages pure mindfulness to be executed while creating images conceived as ordinary life. These images are converted into audio, and then into spectrograms, leaving an abstract, reconfigured graphical score.

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#blinds, 2014, © Tracey Fahy

Course: MA Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, London College of Communication

Fahy’s experimental project Unplugged employs a variety of techniques from meditation to image-processing software to create her work. Taking inspiration from John Cage and his interest in Zen and the vernacular, Fahy practices a form of photography known as Miksang, which encourages pure mindfulness to be executed while creating images conceived as ordinary life. These images are converted into audio, and then into spectrograms, leaving an abstract, reconfigured graphical score.

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