Stephen Waddel
228 Seiten, 24,6 x 30,5 cm , 1776 g.
Stephen Waddel
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“Stephen Waddell embraces the entanglements and conundrums inherent to photographic mediations. For decades he has reinvigorated street photography and reportage through keen observation and an empathetic eye for social subjects. Initially a painter and filmmaker, Waddell brings questions about the very notion of realism to picture-making. He often references pictorial histories, such as early photography or classical painting, acknowledging that observation is informed by recognition and an unconscious awareness of existing images.

Working with both analogue and digital tools, Waddell’s highly considered approach involves experimenting continuously with new processes and materials. The subtlety of his photography is amplified by a painterly sensibility that emphasizes qualities of light. Illumination becomes a reference to photographic perception as well as to human vision. Consistent across his work are close affinities between a print’s subject matter and its material qualities. At times, Waddell’s layered images allude to the act of photography itself—as evident in his large gelatin silver prints depicting underground caverns lit from within.

Waddell takes on the challenges of having single images carry dense meaning. Looking at one of his mise-en-scènes is a richly rewarding sensory experience, as close scrutiny animates uncanny details. While his images are to some extent staged, chance elements infiltrate each picture. He finesses the dynamic between controlled and wild elements in images at once precise and ambiguous.”
Helga Pakasaar

Co-published with Scotiabank Photography Award, Toronto
VerlagSteidl
Jahr
EinbandartFester Einband
SpracheEnglisch
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ISBN978-3-95829-697-8
Beiträge vonHelga Pakasaar, Edward Burtynsky, Brian Sholis
Artikel IDart-28908
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