Flash! A Literary and Visual Culture of Performative Technology
In Flash! Photography, Writing, & Surprising Illumination Kate Flint presents a technology history in the fullness of its literary and visual culture as it plays out over more than a century. Her narrative is not about inventions, firsts or the sort of exceptionalism of individual geniuses that often populate the stories of photography or photographically related technology. It is instead about presenting the technological, literary and visual cultures of the flash as mutually productive, inseparable entities.
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Citation : Wilder, K. (2018) Flash! A Literary and Visual Culture of Performative Technology. Journal of Victorian Culture. 23 (4), pp. 503-507
Research Group : Photographic History Research Centre (PHRC)
Research Institute : Institute of Art and Design
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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