DATA TRAFFIC - How do we perceive photographic images and texts in relation to the experience of the Internet? Data Traffic presents a paradoxical surface where digital and analog, virtual and real are indistinguishable giving light to a Nomadic Image, i.e., a playful critic of representation. It is an image without subject (in a sense a fractal image) where reproductions appear and collapse in constant circular movement, a continuous renewal of the same tension between concealing and revealing. Even though photography is at the very core of the project, it escapes the standard way of perceiving and understanding this medium: photography is no longer an object, and representing objects, but rather a never ending visual experience.
William Henry Carter • Pietro Catarinella • Ruth Connolly • Christine Donnier-Valentin • Stephanie Galea • Paul Hutchinson • Thomas W. Kuppler • Mark McWilliams • Sinaida Michalskaja • Alexandra Pace • Daniel Silva • Tanya Zommer •