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13 Queens: Alex and Felix


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  • mike drew

    Don’t get me wrong. I like these images. But it seems to me that they are photographs of art rather than photographs as art. All the real work went into creating the objects to be photographed. The lighting is pretty much identical in each picture of the series – and I know that this is a grotesque over-simplification – so it was just a matter of arranging the elements and hitting the thunder button. That doesn’t make the photos uninteresting or unattractive but to my way of thinking they are just two-dimensional representations of some pretty cool three-dimensional objects. It’s the objects and their placement that are the art. The photos are just a record of its existence.