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Interview: James William Murray

The Miniclick Photo Talks

James William Murray uses photography as part of a multi-disciplinary practice. After speaking about his work for us at April’s talk about photography and sculpture, we interviewed him regarding his practice and his current solo exhibition Desire Works

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Fragility and the ephemeral are intrinsic to your exploration of desire and absence. How does photography convey those notions?

One of the ways I think about photography is as a container for sculptural and performative gestures that may only exist for the duration of an exhibition or just for a short while in my studio. These objects and actions are able to endure within photographic space.

Recently I have been thinking about the function of photography in relation to exhibition making. I am interested in the potential of installation images not only as a practical means of documentation, but also how these images could be presented as works in and of themselves…

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This entry was posted on May 9, 2017 by in Art Photography.

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