[NetBehaviour] 5 meditations on the work of Karin Rudolph by Michael Szpakowski
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Mon Nov 13 17:00:33 CET 2017
Thanks Alan that means a lot! Warmest wishes michael
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On Monday, November 13, 2017, 3:38 pm, Alan Sondheim <sondheim at panix.com> wrote:
This writing is beautiful (as are the photographs), love the almost
caressing style and the phenomenology it engenders. Thank you!
On Mon, 13 Nov 2017, ruth catlow wrote:
> 5 meditations on the work of Karin Rudolph
> This is the third of three pieces by Michael Szpakowski on people who are
> posting work to the photography sharing site Flickr.
> In this final article he looks at the work of Karin Rudolph, a Belgian
> photographer, currently living in Athens, where she works as a wedding and
> event photographer and raises two teenage sons. In addition to her work for
> pay she makes an ongoing series of ?personal? images which she regularly posts
> to the photo sharing site Flickr.
> Much of Rudolf's work is gathered here on Flickr
> The introductory section of the first piece, An interview with Andrea Judit
> Tiringer, contains an extended justification for why Szpakowski believes
> that Flickr is (and should remain) of interest to those concerned with art
> and the network.
> The second piece, Notes on Images by Joseph Cartright can be read here.
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