The articulation and re-articulation of space in the photographic paradigm
Studio practice: Definitions of photography whilst they include ideas oflight, optics and chemistry or digital sensors also emphasise a link to real objects in real spaces. Henry Fox Talbot published the results of his successful experiment in fixing images from a camera obscura as The Pencil of Nature (1844 -1846), suggesting that nature was drawing itself without human intervention. It is this physical link with the real that is the basis of photographic truth claims. The photograph is used...[Show more]
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