If one wants to gauge how the relation of still and moving images is shifting, it is useful to look back at the relation of film and photography in the analogue age. Both media relied on the same optical apparatuses and photochemical processes – they produced images by exposing a photosensitive surface to light refracted [...]
April 15 till May 31, 2013
David Campany writes, curates and makes art. His books include Walker Evans: the Magazine Work (2013), Gasoline (2012), Jeff Wall: Picture for Women (2009), Photography and Cinema (2008) and Art and Photography (2003). He co-founded PA magazine. In 2013 he curates shows of the work of Mark Neville and Victor Burgin. He teaches at the University of Westminster.
Megan Driscoll, Joanna Fiduccia and Christine Robinson are art historians and Ph.D. students from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Christy Lange is a writer based in Berlin. She is Associate Editor of frieze and Contributing Editor of frieze d/e.
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