Few industries have escaped the disruptive nature of the digital domain. It has recently changed photography and given rebirth to an aging medium for milliions of people. Along side of its arrival, John Paul examines some key issues around defining photographic art.
He introduces us to current scietntific thought concerning information theory and the acquistition of meaning and truth. His "photographs" are remarkable examples of the ideas in this book and about creating artwork in the digital age.