As I have been making images, with serious intentions, now since about 1988, I have quite an archive both digital and analogue. Revisiting this archive is useful thought provoking and fun. It serves as a memory aid and motivates me to print old work fresh, honing my printing skills. Teaching young people this art form… Continue reading Archives?
Eastman house have a really interesting exhibition on at the moment A MATTER OF MEMORY: PHOTOGRAPHY AS OBJECT IN THE DIGITAL AGE With the convenience and ubiquity of computers and smartphones, the majority of photographic images are being recorded digitally rather than on film. As this transformation has broadened access to photographic images—both in making… Continue reading Reasons to be elsewhere #21061106
When is an analogue print ready to be exhibited?
Every year in November, our students collectively exhibit their work for the Certificate IV students, it is their first major exhibition, for the Diploma students it’s their 3rd. I spent Wednesday, helping hang the show. This year was very different. The entire show was to be pinned to the wall, all 80 plus prints, some… Continue reading End of year exhibition preparations 2016
It’s still Wednesday SOMEWHRE in the world.
I recently managed to make more pictures using the flash and movement technique. Quite pleased with the results.
The photographers’ gallery in London is hosting an interesting experiment in machine vision, artificial intelligence and photography, it is part of Sebation Schmieg’s idea and work and runs until early next year. The artist’s statement has me intrigued and I spent a considerable amount of time on his website input data on the images presented.… Continue reading A.I. & Photography?