Where is the photograph / edited by David Green.

"With photography's increasing incorporation into a wide range of fine art practices and the rapid development of evermore sophisticated electronic and digital technologies, it is clear that it is now extremely difficult to say precisely where and how we are to define the boundaries that s...

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Other Authors: Green, David, 1953 May 23- (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Maidstone : Brighton : Photoworks ; Photoforum, 2003.
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Summary:"With photography's increasing incorporation into a wide range of fine art practices and the rapid development of evermore sophisticated electronic and digital technologies, it is clear that it is now extremely difficult to say precisely where and how we are to define the boundaries that separate photography from other media. We have been forced to abandon our preconceptions about what a photograph might be or mean and to ask the more fundamental question of where, in the complex space created by contemporary technologies and representational practices, something called the photograph might be; what it might mean for us to identify it and try to relate it to the reality beyond. This collection of essays draws together a range of different historical and philosophical perspectives as a way of addressing the significant changes that have taken place in our critical and theoretical understanding of photography and the photographic over the past decade."--BOOK JACKET.
Physical Description:135 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:1903796083
9781903796085
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