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011 Friday January 16th
Classical photography always offered the sense of closure, in a way that painting did not. A negative could be interpreted in the dark room, like a musical score, but essentialy everything was there in that fraction of a second during exposure, the reworkings of the painter were not part of a common photographic practice. Now the image is always without closure, ripped from an array, pixel additions and deletions can be made endlessly and without evidence. There is no closure here, going back, reworking passages, a tapestry of images appliqued on the background of #FFFFFF. From now on it is the author and not the medium that needs to be trusted.


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