FROM DOCUMENTARY TO FICTION
The storytelling power of image spans a wide area, ranging from the classic photojournalism to the recreation of reality in elaborate fictions that are embodied in books, exhibitions and Internet projections.
To be able to tell stories with an image, it is necessary an absolute control of the imagery medium (photography, multimedia, etc), and its diverse techniques and languages. The mastery of image semantics (what to tell) and visual syntax (how to tell it) enable us to take the final step, the promotion of works via the many mediums that utilise the image.
At Grisart we have developed the Complete Program of Narrative Image to help professionals master their special sensibility and sharp their images’ voice. It consists of six interrelated lines of study: Documentary and Photojournalism, Project Creation, Multimedia Projects, Photobook self-edition, Management and Business Legislation, and Cultural planning and intervention program.