The world is full of objects, more or less interesting; I do not wish to add any more.
What has interested me all along is not the pronouncement of meaning but pointing toward the way meaning is formed.
I use the camera as a dumb copying device that only serves to document whatever phenomenon appears before it through the conditions set by a system. No esthetic choices are possible. Other people often make the photographs. It makes no difference.
I set up a system, and the system can catch part of what is happening in the world - what's going on in the world - an appearance in the world, and suspend that appearance itself from being important.... The work is about the system.
The act of photography is that of phenomenological doubt to the extent that it attempts to approach phenomena from any number of viewpoints.
Every photograph is a realization of one of the possibilities contained within the program of the camera. The number of such possibilities is large, but it is nevertheless finite. It is the sum of all those photographs that can be taken by a camera.
I've spoken seriously, and I am very serious, but you know an awful lot of the work is meant to twist things to the point of almost absurdity. I don't want to celebrate absurdity, but I do mean to challenge a lot of premises.
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