What constitutes photography: something still? Something captured by a camera? Something created via the darkroom, perhaps with the aid of some old fashioned enlargers or chemicals?
Yet what if the end result wasn’t created in a darkroom, or with a camera, or wasn’t even a still image but say looked like a photograph?
The interview below discusses how so many of the images we see today, that we think are “photographic” are in fact not – rather they are created by visual artists who are well versed in the language and conventions of photography but use other means to create it.
Spherical Harmonics: Alan Warburton interviewed by Katrina Sluis