Inessential views of art and photography.
It has been quite a long time since I last authored a post on this blog. I have been rather busy doing work elsewhere, and had a very hard time finding some sort of balance between work and life. Covid-19 didn’t really help at the start, but as remote-working became more of a routine, and so did (in my experience) an understanding that “sh*t happens” (e.g. bad Internet connection, crashing computers, cat interruptions), I found (or created?) space to be. Just being is hard work! Acknowledging this has certainly changed my rhythm, and I am very happy to say I work at a slower pace now. Slow allows me to be. Slow allows me to stop, take stock, reflect, plan, and share insights, materials, experiences.
So here it comes again, this time in slow mode. Over the coming months, I will be sharing teaching resources, as well as reflections on visual research practices. Along with new posts, I will be recovering material published elsewhere, as always with a focus on photography and visual research. Today’s reblog is a text about a journal issue on “shortest visual forms”, or ULTRASHORT.
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