Andrew G. Fisher is an artist who opens a constant relationship between two media, photography and illustration. Time is frozen in black and white … [Read more...]
When Photography Catches Time
Rather than considering photography as a means to capture an instant, some artists subverted this practice to express duration in time. Sometimes through collages, sequences and superimpositions, in some cases through a single long shot, photographers are exploring different methods to synthesize the fourth dimension within the bidimensional range of a frame. The results provide a wide variety of unexpected solutions, some extremely synthetic while other very fragmented, pushing further the boundaries of the practice.
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Early Digital, Unintentional Collages: Fireflies by William Larson
William Larson is an American photographer who continuously experimented with different media in order to produce meaningful works and question the … [Read more...]
‘Things are Queer’ by Duane Michals (1973)
This 1973 series of nine photographs by Duane Michals (1932, -) is a short narrative piece with a twist at each step, a discovery of an unexpected … [Read more...]