Photography Without Photographs opens a conversation about photography and the authority of the self, reminding viewers they have the right and ability to interrogate the artworks they encounter. The more time viewers spend looking and questioning artistic decisions, the more authority they take back, and meaning they create.
In "Redirect: John Gossage", practice imagining what happened while taking the photo, and how choices create meaning without relying only on an art history text, but a strategy of questions. Great for those who love art, art education, photography, teaching, and concepts of curating.
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