Instructional Photography: Learning How to Live Now | Author: Carmen Winant
Instructional Photography: Learning How to Live Now is a timely and explosive book by artist and writer Carmen Winant. An investigation of a genre of photographs Winant calls 'instructional', it asks: can photographs teach, in and of themselves? If so, how might we look to them to demonstrate new possibilities, from social organising to self-actualisation?
Alternating between found images and shorter, text-based observations, Winant delves into this new category of images through her own collection, understanding them as something beyond, or at least in between, documentary and fine art. Instructional Photographs is a treatise in photographic categorisation, but also informed compassion: we understand our bodies – and the conditions of our world – best when they are faithfully related back to us.
14.8 x 10.5cm
PRE-ORDER: Ikuntji Textiles | Edited by Chrischona Schmidt
PLEASE NOTE: This title is available for PRE-ORDER. This book is due late July and all orders placed will be sent as soon as stock arrives. Ikuntji Artists presents...
Shoplifters 10: New Type Design Vol. 2 | Compiled by: Actual Source
Produced by publisher Actual Source, Shoplifters is the bi-annual publication with no fixed identity, size or tone and features the work of contemporary artists, photographers, designers and illustrators. This issue...
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The movements of our individual and collective bodies through cities and space have long, complex histories. Despite associations with the everyday, the seemingly obvious or even the mundane; when considered...