Kevin Breathnach: Tao Lin: Taipei →
kbreathnach: In Chris Marker’s Sans Soleil, a group of synthesised images is described as ‘less deceptive’ because ‘at least they proclaim themselves to be what they are: images’. No such precaution is taken by the narrative voice of Taipei. The ability of language to convey thought in never called…
Landscape Stories: Both Gursky’s photographs and... →
landscape-stories: Both Gursky’s photographs and the stock exchanges themselves over the years turn from ordinary working spaces to incomprehensible masses of colours and volumes. The human presence not only gets smaller in the photographs, it also becomes impossible to understand the meaning of the gestures and…
archilovers: http://bit.ly/14FPvXl Park Avenue South in London by Studio Octopi
Very pleased and thankful to learn that JG Ballard’s estate have today given me permission to use excerpts of his writing in my forthcoming photo book.
Artists on Tumblr may want to put this date in... →
Kevin Breathnach: Extreme Metaphors: J.G. Ballard... →
kbreathnach: J.G. Ballard is one of only a few really interesting literary writers of post-war Britain, but his influence is felt as heavily upon popular culture as it is upon so-called ‘high’ culture. References to his work dot the landscape of popular music like so many wrecked cars of the apocalypse….
Might the Photocopy Club be coming to Hong Kong? →
James H Bollen, James H Rollen, it's all the same →
Showing at Brighton Photo Fringe with The... →