Aperture 136.
Metamorphoses: Photography in the Electronic Age.

Photographs by Mark Klett, David Byrne, Judy Dater, Barbara Kasten, and others.
Aperture, New York, 1994. 80 pp., 20 duotone and 50 four color illustrations, 10x11¾".

This issue of Aperture examines the field of digital imaging and its effect on the way photographs are being manipulated, created, and altered. Many of the new media such as photo CD and digitized photographs are being used by artists, designers, museums, libraries, and advertisers and are already changing the way photographs are perceived in society. Readers are challenged to rethink the role of photography through imagery by such artists as Pedro Meyer, Esther Parada, Peter Campus, Mark Klett, and others. Essays are on such topics as Nash Editions (which works with the Iris digital printing system), digital museums, virtual reality, copyright issues and many others.

Mark Klett is represented by photo-eye Gallery. See his work here.


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