Objects in photography work as information unities. Barthes sets two main groups about their connotations: Existencials and technological. First are about the things that define the object as something no human, something outside of the body that confronts it from a philosophical point of view. The technological connotations relate the object with tools that make work easier, set on a time or culture.
The deliverated descontextualization of an object, as Duchamp does when he create… Continue
Posted on January 17, 2009 at 4:30