Images are now so insidiously omnipresent that their nature has been obliterated. At one time photographs were indicators of reality, but how do they function today ? Now that images of the whole world are being captured by everyone at every moment, what do images have to say? By considering the content and meaning of fixed and moving images, the artists and authors in this volume invite readers to cast a critical eye upon testimonials offered.
The catalogue includes essays by Mara Ambrozic, Ami Barak, Mirna Boyadjian, Françoise Docquiert, Sophie Hackett, and Bénédicte Ramade, as well as a photo-based project by Micah Lexier.
The publication is on sale at Galerie de l'UQAM and VOX and on Kerber Verlag website.
$45,00, 176 pages. Available in English and French editions.
Coedited by MOMENTA / Kerber Verlag.