Elisa Chang: Think, Pair, Share
By Drew Quakenbush and Skylar Auyong
The thematic similarities are both asian females using a phone for different purposes. One is utilitarian and the other is vanity. They both have shirts with patterns on them, they all have their hands in the air like they just don’t care. One photo was taken from the hip while the other was taken from the eye.
The compositional elements of this image is very appealing because the rain adds in another element of confusion ontop of the already confusing pig-dog creature. After you get over the fact that it’s a pig-dog, you realize that it has really big utters. You can also tell that it’s brachycephalic and possibly has dermatitis. These elements turn this image into an enigma to startle and delight the viewer.
This image connects with the other images in this project because he’s a sailor, and the other people in the previous images came from across the sea. You can tell my his aloha shirt and sailor cap and sailor beard that he is a man of the ocean that enjoys the tropical sunshine and salty breeze as he stands at the helm of his ship. Judging by his smug grin and stature you can see his charisma radiating from every orpheus of his manifesto.
Chang, Elisa. Untitled. 2013. 808/Hawaiian Holiday, Honolulu. elisachangphotography.com. Photography. 14 January 2016
Chang, Elisa. Untitled. 2013. Wakiki Tourism, Honolulu. huffingtonpost.com. Photography. 14 January 2016