Photography & Fictions: Locating Dynamics of Practice
Garnons-Williams, Victoria (Ed.) (2014) Photography & Fictions: Locating Dynamics of Practice. Queensland Centre for Photography, West End, Qld.
What happens to photographic truth when it is thwarted, subverted, stretched and even outwitted? The photography presented in this book provides a range of responses and practices- from the blatant to the exquisitely subtle- and all in the name of fiction.
With full-colour images, Photography & Fiction: locating dynamics of practice illustrates and explains the latest issues and ingenious creativity involved in making pictures. The book is the consequence of a significant gathering of photographers, curators, and academics during the 5th Queensland Festival of Photography. Its themes include Fiction-as-Truth, deceptive photography, technology’s fictive potential, as well as the highly personal and inner worlds of human experience.
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|Additional Information:||Contributors: Victoria Garnons-Williams, Maurice Ortega, Tara Heffernan, Lisa Chandler, Ken White, Lynette Zeeng, Kylie Banyard, Michael Sankey, Martyn Jolly, Charles Robb, Paul Mumme, Cherine Fahd, Courtney Pedersen, Kelly Hussey-Smith, Celise Gibson, Catherine Schoch, Mike Gray, David Cubby, Leah King-Smith.|
|Keywords:||photography, photo media art, Australian photography, video art, documentary photography|
|Divisions:||Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Creative Industries Faculty
Current > Schools > School of Media, Entertainment & Creative Arts
|Copyright Owner:||Copyright 2014 QCP, the authors and the artists|
|Deposited On:||03 Feb 2015 23:02|
|Last Modified:||16 Dec 2015 01:49|
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