Duration and the Act of Photographing
Chapter considers the temporality of the photographic frame and the need to situate it within the photographic act. This ‘opening up’ of the time of the frame leads her to consider the meaning of pasearse (‘to take oneself walking’) – a self-reflexive active verb that exposes a temporality wherein immanence and being coincide: a relational event combining stillness and movement when practising photography.
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