About the Book
Drawing on a broad tradition of abstract photography my approach is to (un)learn the distinction between different modes of representation such as the three-dimensional, the pictorial, the virtual and the symbolic.
‘Faulty Lines’ is a body of work shot between 2004 and 2008. The images selected attempt to define a two-dimensional approach of a 3D built ‘reality’. It suggests a work of transformation, the possibility that through ceaseless unearthing of what we already know (our surroundings) we may find other ways of reading things (our meanings).
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Feb 19, 2009
- Tags 3D, 2D, pictorial, three-dimensional, two-dimensional, faulty, lines, virtual, reality, representation, cityscape, city, urban, photography, geometry, architecture, building, edifice, colour, contrast, metropolitan, detail, gaze
Alfredo Cramerotti is a curator and writer based in the UK. His subject matter is the relation of representation and reality, tackled across a variety of media such as radio, TV, publishing, art festivals and exhibition curating. Among recent projects, the AGM Annual General Meeting event series and the Made In Video international festival on videojournalism. He has lectured internationally and published in Esse Arts+Opinions, Altyazi, Journal of Media Cultural Politics, Pages Magazine, and others. He is currently Exhibitions Officer in QUAD, the new art, media and film centre in Derby, UK. Forthcoming 2009 his book Aesthetic Journalism by Intellect Books Bristol, UK.