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Philipp Dorl

Swan, 90 x 120 cm, A3 sugar paper sheet composite, 2012, © Philipp Dorl

Course: Photography, Fine Art, MA, Royal College of Art

Dorl’s practice investigates surfaces and challenges the boundaries of representation through poetic, naturalistic and often humorous images. Primarily working in black and white, his work explores subtle associations and symbolic structures. His photograph of a white swan swimming on the black surface of water – sliding into abstraction – questions conventional perception and plays with the symbolic nature of photography.   

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Girl with hand in camera, Ink-jet print on 60 x 50 cm sheet of bamboo/cotton paper, 2012, © Philipp Dorl

Course: Photography, Fine Art, MA, Royal College of Art

Dorl’s practice investigates surfaces and challenges the boundaries of representation through poetic, naturalistic and often humorous images. Primarily working in black and white, his work explores subtle associations and symbolic structures. His photograph of a white swan swimming on the black surface of water – sliding into abstraction – questions conventional perception and plays with the symbolic nature of photography.   

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Finger on lens, Ink-jet print on 60 x 50 cm sheet of bamboo/cotton paper, 2012, © Philipp Dorl

Course: Photography, Fine Art, MA, Royal College of Art

Dorl’s practice investigates surfaces and challenges the boundaries of representation through poetic, naturalistic and often humorous images. Primarily working in black and white, his work explores subtle associations and symbolic structures. His photograph of a white swan swimming on the black surface of water – sliding into abstraction – questions conventional perception and plays with the symbolic nature of photography.   

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Backdrop, Ink-jet print on 100 x 70 cm sheet of bamboo/cotton paper, 2012, © Philipp Dorl

Course: Photography, Fine Art, MA, Royal College of Art

Dorl’s practice investigates surfaces and challenges the boundaries of representation through poetic, naturalistic and often humorous images. Primarily working in black and white, his work explores subtle associations and symbolic structures. His photograph of a white swan swimming on the black surface of water – sliding into abstraction – questions conventional perception and plays with the symbolic nature of photography.   

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Lens in Hands, Ink-jet print on 60 x 50 cm sheet of bamboo/cotton paper, 2012, © Philipp Dorl

Course: Photography, Fine Art, MA, Royal College of Art

Dorl’s practice investigates surfaces and challenges the boundaries of representation through poetic, naturalistic and often humorous images. Primarily working in black and white, his work explores subtle associations and symbolic structures. His photograph of a white swan swimming on the black surface of water – sliding into abstraction – questions conventional perception and plays with the symbolic nature of photography.   

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Screen (after Leonardo), Ink-jet print on 60 x 50 cm sheet of bamboo/cotton paper, 2012, © Philipp Dorl

Course: Photography, Fine Art, MA, Royal College of Art

Dorl’s practice investigates surfaces and challenges the boundaries of representation through poetic, naturalistic and often humorous images. Primarily working in black and white, his work explores subtle associations and symbolic structures. His photograph of a white swan swimming on the black surface of water – sliding into abstraction – questions conventional perception and plays with the symbolic nature of photography.   

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Viewfinder, Separate, Triptych Ink-jet prints each sheet 70 x 50 cm, 2013, © Philipp Dorl

Course: Photography, Fine Art, MA, Royal College of Art

Dorl’s practice investigates surfaces and challenges the boundaries of representation through poetic, naturalistic and often humorous images. Primarily working in black and white, his work explores subtle associations and symbolic structures. His photograph of a white swan swimming on the black surface of water – sliding into abstraction – questions conventional perception and plays with the symbolic nature of photography.   

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Slit backdrop, Diptych, Ink-jet prints each sheet 70 x 50 cm, 2013, © Philipp Dorl

Course: Photography, Fine Art, MA, Royal College of Art

Dorl’s practice investigates surfaces and challenges the boundaries of representation through poetic, naturalistic and often humorous images. Primarily working in black and white, his work explores subtle associations and symbolic structures. His photograph of a white swan swimming on the black surface of water – sliding into abstraction – questions conventional perception and plays with the symbolic nature of photography.   

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