Since the early 1990s, Los Angeles–based artist Uta Barth has examined photographic and visual perception—how the human eye sees differently from the camera lens and how the incidental and atmospheric can become subject matter in and of themselves. That is to say, she is perhaps less interested in where the camera is pointing than the act of looking through the lens in the first place.
Jeff Wall Photographs :: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Artist: Jeff Wall. The destroyed Room, 1978. Contemporary photographer. Born in Canada & now living in London. This work is an example of his 'cinematographic' photographs which he made as transparencies displayed in light boxes. Used b&w film and digital photographic techniques as well as constructing amazing installations.
Rosemary Laing (Australia 1959– ) Title groundspeed (Red Piazza) #4 Year 2001 Media category Photograph Materials used type C photograph Edition 2/15 Dimensions 110.0 x 219.0cm image; 125.9 x 239.2cm shee