As time goes by we will increasingly be marked more by abstract, distanced and imaginative renditions of the traumatic historical rupture of the Holocaust than by any personal or tangible connection - this article explores a bookwork/filmwork by artist Daniel Blaufuks engaging questions of what that might mean for us.
|Journal||Philosophy of Photography|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jul 2012|
- family photography
- photographic time/duration
- networked image