Photographs are in a constant state of flux. From the inception of the photograph - the capturing of light on photosensitive chemicals on a strip of celluloid or on a digital sensor - through the processing of that negative or transferring of that digital image. With respect to representation, preservation, photography and the archive, this project questions how images that are constantly changing form can be archived. Likewise, what a photograph represents is constantly changing along with the physical changes. What photographs represent is not constant but is continually being repositioned by cultural progression. Even though these photographs were taken in a city, there are no geographical or temporal indicators apparent, ultimately they are photographs. This is signified by the inclusion of dropped sprockets, light leaks and blurring.
Lynn Atkinson • Aisling Cahill • Lorna Collins • Caroline Connaughton • Sharon Dempsey • Violetta Gorkina • David Greene • Anna Janiszewska • Suzi Sue Kelly • William Kelly • Sharon Murphy • Marie Murray • Edel NicCaba • Linda Plunkett • Aideen Roche • Claire Ryan • Ivan Rynn • Karl Sheridan • Anna Thompson • Kyle Tunney • Sarah Wallace • Mark Ward •