One thing that still amazes me in photography, is that such a seemingly straightforward tool as a camera can bring about so many different forms of expression, can be a research tool to answer or pose so many questions and can result in endless combinations between motives, techniques and visual results.
Flat & Framed has lived through its first year. Even though there hasn’t been any output in the form of blog posts during these last months, the thought processes that started with this blog have been ever evolving.
Another guest blog at the Democratic Jungle this week. This time I wrote about Remembering photographs. I also added five photographs by Belgian artists that live somewhere in my memory. Head over to Democratic Jungle to read and see for yourself.
I am guest blogging for democratic jungle this month. Democratic jungle is a Belgium based photography platform who invite curators of the month and give them carte blanche to discuss (Belgium) photography. My first post is a reflection on David Claerbout’s ‘The Algiers’ Sections of a Happy Moment’.
Dear Nathalie, I am considering to apply for BredaPhoto’s masterclass. However, I also have X going on. Would you advice to combine these? What were your experiences with this masterclass?
I wrote the following article on Serendipity and Photography as an introduction to the catalogue of PhotoTWENS 2017. Here, you’ll find the English translation of the article.