[Fall 2000] by Jacques Doyon The way we glance at objects in a familiar environment could be the connection between the photographic works assembled for this issue. Whether these objects are contained within the household, a workplace, or a small business, they inhabit and condition our spaces and ways of life. For Nicolas Baier, the […]
Portfolios : NICOLAS BAIER, RUDD VAN EMPEL, STORE |MARKET.
Focus : Reading Photographs: Playing the Visual Literacy Game.
Reviews : Mouvance et mutation – Marian Penner Bancroft, By Land and, Michel Lamothe – Même les cigales dormaient.
Authors : Jacques Doyon, Susan Close, Emmanuel Galland, Mariona Fernández, Howard Ursuliak, François Dion, Mona Hakim, Bernard Lamarche.
[Fall 2000] by Susan Close A knowledge of photography is just as important as that of the alphabet. The illiterate of the future will be ignorant of the use of camera and pen alike. –Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, 1923 But What Does It Mean to Read a Photograph? Because of its representational and documentary qualities, photography has, […]
[Fall 2000] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page Summary (Free) arbiter, colourist, stain-ist, material-ist, collagist, designer (of interiors), assembler-operator – not to mention cameraman-editor – N.B. is a visual artist in the current sense of the term used for […]
[Fall 2000] This article was originally published only in French. You can read it by switching over to the French version of this page. Summary The Office, produced using digital photo-editing techniques, arises from the unreal. Ruud van Empel combines many of the avant-garde influences that have liberated photography from its obligation to the truth […]
[Fall 2000] For the past fifteen years, I have been interested in the material agency of both documentary photography and the visual display aesthetics of public advertising, and in how these two forms come together in configurations of urban space to mediate a dialectic of appearances between public and private realms of experience. by Howard […]