FANTASY IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

by Miryam Muller in ,


A new exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography explores how artists use digital techniques to create imaginary landscapes

When early techniques of photography first emerged, the marvel was how it could be both so real, and yet still a distortion, and what our imaginations could do with that distortion. As Oliver Wendell Holmes Senior, a Boston physician and one of The Atlantic’s co-founders,wrote in the June 1859 issue about stereoscopy:

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