Rosalind Fox Solomon • AnOther

Sunday, 15 January 2017

“[Hito] Steyerl argues that the reality we live in consists of images… images that have started crossing the screen and materialising within reality. Images no longer represent the real, neither subjectively nor objectively, they catalyze it and the reality they produce is the wreckage of images, bruised and damaged. Images are therefore able to migrate across landscapes, proliferate, transform and activate. In this sense, we live amongst images.” Andrew Dewdney • Unthinking Photography