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Victoria Jenkins

As If It Were, Fig. 1., 2013, © Victoria Jenkins

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Jenkins’ practice explores methods of scientific research and the visual representation of abstract phenomena. In the series As If It Were she restages and employs diagrams, models and metaphors that play an essential role in our understanding of scientific theories and the world. Despite this, Jenkins challenges the accuracy of such methods: "It can be said that the electron field behaves as if it were a collection of wheels, pulleys and fluids. The electron field is also, in so many ways, not like this in the slightest."

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As If It Were, Fig. 4., 2013, © Victoria Jenkins

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Jenkins’ practice explores methods of scientific research and the visual representation of abstract phenomena. In the series As If It Were she restages and employs diagrams, models and metaphors that play an essential role in our understanding of scientific theories and the world. Despite this, Jenkins challenges the accuracy of such methods: "It can be said that the electron field behaves as if it were a collection of wheels, pulleys and fluids. The electron field is also, in so many ways, not like this in the slightest."

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As If It Were, Fig. 20., 2012, © Victoria Jenkins

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Jenkins’ practice explores methods of scientific research and the visual representation of abstract phenomena. In the series As If It Were she restages and employs diagrams, models and metaphors that play an essential role in our understanding of scientific theories and the world. Despite this, Jenkins challenges the accuracy of such methods: "It can be said that the electron field behaves as if it were a collection of wheels, pulleys and fluids. The electron field is also, in so many ways, not like this in the slightest."

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As If It Were, Fig. 10., 2013, © Victoria Jenkins

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Jenkins’ practice explores methods of scientific research and the visual representation of abstract phenomena. In the series As If It Were she restages and employs diagrams, models and metaphors that play an essential role in our understanding of scientific theories and the world. Despite this, Jenkins challenges the accuracy of such methods: "It can be said that the electron field behaves as if it were a collection of wheels, pulleys and fluids. The electron field is also, in so many ways, not like this in the slightest."

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As If It Were, Fig. 11., 2013, © Victoria Jenkins

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Jenkins’ practice explores methods of scientific research and the visual representation of abstract phenomena. In the series As If It Were she restages and employs diagrams, models and metaphors that play an essential role in our understanding of scientific theories and the world. Despite this, Jenkins challenges the accuracy of such methods: "It can be said that the electron field behaves as if it were a collection of wheels, pulleys and fluids. The electron field is also, in so many ways, not like this in the slightest."

victoria-jenkins.co.uk


As If It Were, Fig. 12., 2013, © Victoria Jenkins

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Jenkins’ practice explores methods of scientific research and the visual representation of abstract phenomena. In the series As If It Were she restages and employs diagrams, models and metaphors that play an essential role in our understanding of scientific theories and the world. Despite this, Jenkins challenges the accuracy of such methods: "It can be said that the electron field behaves as if it were a collection of wheels, pulleys and fluids. The electron field is also, in so many ways, not like this in the slightest."

victoria-jenkins.co.uk


As If It Were, Fig. 18., 2013, © Victoria Jenkins

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Jenkins’ practice explores methods of scientific research and the visual representation of abstract phenomena. In the series As If It Were she restages and employs diagrams, models and metaphors that play an essential role in our understanding of scientific theories and the world. Despite this, Jenkins challenges the accuracy of such methods: "It can be said that the electron field behaves as if it were a collection of wheels, pulleys and fluids. The electron field is also, in so many ways, not like this in the slightest."

victoria-jenkins.co.uk


As If It Were, Fig. 21., 2013, © Victoria Jenkins

Course: MA Photography, Royal College of Art

Jenkins’ practice explores methods of scientific research and the visual representation of abstract phenomena. In the series As If It Were she restages and employs diagrams, models and metaphors that play an essential role in our understanding of scientific theories and the world. Despite this, Jenkins challenges the accuracy of such methods: "It can be said that the electron field behaves as if it were a collection of wheels, pulleys and fluids. The electron field is also, in so many ways, not like this in the slightest."

victoria-jenkins.co.uk


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