Photographs by Mark Wyse. Introduction by Charlie White.
Damiani, 2011. 80 pp., 40 color illustrations, 8x10".
American conceptualist Mark Wyse (born 1970)
investigates the space between pictures to make
visible the underlying discourses within images
and between artists. Seizure combines Wyse’s
own photographs with reproductions of work by
other artists. Through juxtaposition, Wyse exposes
the photograph as “less a representation of the
world than a representation of a thought that
reflects a relationship to the world.”
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