Tell Me a Story
Today, with the ease of access to digital photography within many platforms, artists have unprecedented access to a never ending supply of all types of images which can be captured, cloned and manipulated. Stories can be personal, spiritual, political, ironic, real or invented, bringing to light something that conveys a moment or experience. Complete stories can be squeezed into a single image that implies something that has already happened or is about to take place, or a narrative can emerge in the broader sense, which puts forth a tall tale that the viewer is asked to complete or an open-ended concept or message leaving us with more questions than answers.
The selected works show how photography has been freed from its own constraints, as creative possibilities move artists freely and seamlessly through various options of media, methods and making.
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