When you look, what do you see?
Something is there. Is it the world? A reflection in your mind? A trace of existence?
“Perhaps it is precisely this unpredictability of impact that is so attractive about any photographic approach that disorders the domicile of vision and upsets the furniture of interpretation. As motive for the creation of new documents, cannot the play of light, the interactions of time and chance, the interventions into set methods of production, and the willful introduction of untoward elements justify photographs without pictures?” (Lyle Rexer. The edge of vision: the rise of abstraction in photography [New York: Aperture, 2009]: 20-21.)
Photographs without pictures. What a wonderful description of what I am about.