Anne Berry • Slate

Friday, 23 June 2017

“[W]e were not very interested in the traditional critique produced “after the fact”—a piece of writing in which the writer looks at all the photographs she or he has been sent, then writes a ‘response’ text. We liked projects in which images and text came into the world at about the same time. And we liked less obvious connections between images and text: short stories rather than essays, or essays apparently about something other than the stuff in the photographs.” Bronwyn Law-Viljoen in conversation with Brendan Wattenberg • Aperture

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