Liz Deschenes is an artist working with cameraless photographic techniques to create work that possesses sculptural qualities; engaging the viewer in a constantly changing view by nature of the multiple aspects from which her work can be viewed. She is known for exploring photography in work “that probes the relationship between the mechanics of seeing, image-making processes, and modes of display.” (icaboston.org, 2016) Continue reading “Liz Deschenes – ‘Photography has always been a hybrid’”
In the panel discussion, Transcending Boundaries, Lyle Rexer questions the boundaries of the photograph. I am posting a link to the discussion here as I felt it relevant to this week’s themes.
Opened 12th October 2018, the new Photography Centre at the V&A centre takes visitors through the history of photography, beginning pre-photography with a heliograph on pewter, heliography being the early 19th Century process invented by Niépce.