LIV BARRETT, JAMES DEUTSHER, CHRISTOPHER LG HILL, CHRIS KRAUS AND EVERGREEN TERRACE
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.