“fake or mistake” is a photographic journey drawn from a very broad range of captures. The intuitive approach between pictured content and graphical attributes leads to cross dependencies, visual analogies, story telling combinations and overlapping transparencies. In other words, so-called fakes or mistakes in the resulting perception of dual picture combinations. Based on an ongoing process of playful research, this book summaries a range of momentary conclusions in graphical photography.
Focus and media:
1993 analog black and white photography
2000 digital colour photography
Main focus on:
experimental photography in textures, colour, content, graphical tranparency and story telling combinations.
Published "fake and mistake" 2011 as a summary of momentary conclusions in ludic research domain.
ebook in 2014
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