One of the underlying themes in Curious Frame is my attempt at trying to imagine the world before photography. In part, I have this idea that somehow I might gain a fuller understanding of how photography has changed the way that we think and see the world through this process.
I’m not a scientist. In fact you could call me the opposite of a scientist. Curious Frame is less about the idea of solid facts and more about those things about photography that influence us on a deeper and more personal level.
Perhaps the journey itself will be more interesting than providing any clear cut answers to the questions posed. It is likely that there will not be universal agreement on my thoughts on photography.
Regardless, I have set myself out onto this journey with my books my feelings and experiences and internet searches in search of gold. If Curious Frame manages to cause you to be curious about photography, whether you agree with me or not, I welcome your comments. That’s what the newsletter is about.
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