Photography: A New Way to Inhabit Materiality

 

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“…..the word ‘photography’ today names not another visual form of representation, but an immersive economy that offers an entirely new way to inhabit materiality and its relation to bodies, machines and brains.”

 

 

–Daniel Rubinstein, editor of the journal Philosophy of Photography, from his essay “What is 21st Century Photography?” posted in The Photographer’s Gallery .  Read it here

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