Saturday, March 09 - 1:00PM to 1:45PM
From the late-60's Kodak's Instamatic camera and changes in film processing technology enabled even the most casual user to create sharp images quickly and cheaply. Today the ubiquitous nature of the camera-phone and the ease of image-distribution have once again vastly increased the number of photographic images in circulation. Taking these image-distribution advancements as technological inflection-points, this presentation will probe Rosalind Krauss's writings on the post-medium condition by looking at photographic artists (from both eras) who make work that draws attention to the inherent properties of photography and that requires specific knowledge of photography's production technologies to be fully understood.
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