Unknown / John D. Monteith

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

“In the past, the reliance of image-making on human labour maintained, at least by defacto, some limit on the amount of data that could be produced. This fact was made physical by the rolls we processed, the prints we held and the buildings we constructed for archives. Now, if we want to ‘see’ our image files, we have to go to server farms, transcontinental fibre-optic cable hubs and [. . .] where the hell is the cloud?” Pete Brook • Vantage

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