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Look Both Ways: Young Men as Subjects of the Photographic Gaze
thesisposted on 2017-07-03, 02:56 authored by DREW KENNETH PETTIFER
Look Both Ways critiques the power dynamics between photographers, their subjects and viewers, specifically exploring how young, middle class white men are able to minimise, play with or even enjoy the objectification inherent in the photographic process. This process is complicated by the author's queer gaze, which extends as an open invitation to viewers of the images. These dynamics are played out across several different bodies of artwork, each of which examines the oscillation between identification and objectification.