AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractErrors can occur in all photographic practice but the technology and culture of digital photography reduce opportunities for mistakes and the likelihood of any being retained or published. This has led to the removal of error from the prevailing image culture with the consequent foregrounding of accuracy and resemblance in relation to everyday photography practice. Error images disrupt the conventions of photographic representation and in so doing present an alternate conception of photography as emergent, processual and performative. The error image exposes photography as a human and technological ‘act’ and presents the viewer with a transformative visual experience which has aesthetic interest and value.
CitationPiper-Wright, T. (2016). The interimittent image. In Ana Moutinho, et al (eds.) Post-screen: Intermittence + Interference (pp. 76-85) Lisboa: CIEBA-FBAUL and Edições Universitárias Lusófonas.
DescriptionA version of this paper was presented at Post Screen: Intermittence+Interference conference, part of the International Festival of Art, New Media and Cybercultures, at Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Lisbon, 17-18th November 2016
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