Aberration Optique, Steven Pippin | Exhibition catalogue

This work is the first French monograph of Steven Pippin, compiling his questionings, showing his technical prowesses and poetic thoughts about photography.

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Steven Pippin
Topics
Photography

Description

The digital revolution was already underway when Steven Pippin became famous with his silver halide proto-photography, taken with everyday-life objects used as darkroom (bathtubs, closets or washing-machines, which is for Pippin the ideal item to take a picture of its environment). Like an engineer, he reinvents the camera, developping new systems and hybrid machines he calls "Non-Cameras". He presents on the same page his invention and its often imperfect results, whose aesthetic is fundamentally linked to the machine that created it.
Steven Pippin went as far as shooting a gun in a camera so as to take a picture of the bullet penetrating the photographic film...

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Steven Pippin
Dimensions
14,5 x 21,5 cm
Publication year
2017
Number of pages
304
Number of illustrations
180
EAN
9782844267856

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