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The article reflects on the visualization of the city in the late 1890s and early 1900s, with reference to English animated photography and film: two media that are intimately related in terms of technology but worlds apart in terms of form. While both animated photography and film shared an...
In this article I explore the work of the Canadian artist Jeff Wall whose innovative photographic methods have come to challenge the traditional pictorial protocols linking the photographic image with its referent. Wall uses large format images enlarged on transparent synthetic film and mounted...
Contemporary artists seeking new forms of landscape representation often look to the example of Robert Smithson. Smithson shifted his artistic practices outside of the studio (as with `earthworks' like the Spiral Jetty ), seeking to replace the tradition of pastoral landscape painting with a...
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