Artist Anne Collier has produced three unique photographs of the famous record single Ain’t No Mountain High Enough. Written by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson in 1966 and originally recorded under the Tamla Motown label, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough was also recorded by Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye. Collier’s series includes images of the Ashford/Simpson, Diana Ross, and Marvin Gaye albums, which will be featured on the 2014–15 ski season lift ticket.
The proposed exercise consists in reutilizing newspaper photographs to tell new stories.
Stories help us understand and communicate reality to others and ourselves, and thus have a very powerful role in society. If we distrust or question the narrative that is being presented to us, or if we create different narratives, could we be, in a way, creating different realities?
Leaf through your local newspaper and cut out a group of images that you find ambiguous, startling, captivating, inviting, strange, comical, or familiar. In other words, choose any image...
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