Against visual (photographic) research methods
I have in mind a piece about the photographic
What do I mean, and what does that strike through signify?
I mean that photography has its its own way of knowing, and if and when instrumentalized by a research agenda, with research questions, conceals those ways of knowing, and prevents it from showing what it otherwise, when let be, can show us.
And what can it show, when let be? … the natural law.
Wait for a new chapter. Perhaps a piece for the British Journal of Photography, the oldest photography journal in the world?