Photocopies, Gravity and Grace by Chris Kraus, soft furnishings, photographic feetseats, frames like the ones Matt Griffin has made with beautiful photos and V 4I A G RA poetry emails, flaccid-furniture-hard, Evergreen Terrace Volume 2 featuring all digital content, MHI,L,YM publications with tartan publication rug and Fin.Times underlay are elements of Foto-Ography. "attachment is the great fabricator of illusions; reality can be attained only by someone who is detached"¹ — Something between the double-ended fiction of Gravity and Grace and the loaded attachments/attachments that you get on/from emails, a schism that only comes at the end of a film when you realise you went into the cinema when it was light and now it is dark... There have been prints on clothes for a long time. Now they're making t-shirts that have screens on them so there's a moving image, a hard thing to focus on because the person is the platform. Approaching photography as a continuing medium rather than a polarising one.
¹ Simone Weil, Gravity and Grace, 1947.
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