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retouching is always a form of erasure

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In ‘Atlantis’ Hannah Black recounts her visit to an underwater museum and ancient rock carvings that she saw:

The carvings showed, or seemed to show, given empathy’s limitations, that in the minds or lives of the ancient people – not ancient to themselves but as new as we are now – there existed some kind of extraordinary wild cow. But the technologies that could receive and make use of this incredible cow, the right eyes, the right practices, are lost.

How can we recoup this loss, and what of technologies acquired in the meantime? Can they be of any use?

‘The Right Eyes‘ tests the possibility of practicing photography in a speculative mode, in order to redeem the loss of its documentary function.

















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Exhibited at The Substation Gallery as a part of CAVES OFF-SITE exhibition.

Artists include Olga Bennett, Lily Benson (USA), Fernando do Campo (USA/AUS), William Daniels (UK), Naomi Eller, Andrea Jewell, Annika Koops, Alex Pittendrigh, Daniel Sinsel (UK), Ross Taylor (UK), Michelle Ussher (UK/AUS), Anna Varendorff, Rudi Williams, Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh).

Installation photographs by Taryn Ellis.