Duregraph: Exploring Duration in the Post-photographic Image
van Vliet, David
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This practice-led research project artistically considers how experienced time might be perceived in manipulated photographic images. The inquiry is developed through a series of digital images whose content is renegotiated over time while the subject in the photograph remains within the frame. The resulting duregraphs, constitute an unstable space between a photographic composite and a moving image. The aims of the thesis are to question conventions of power in viewing and to expand how we might conceive time as duration within digital photographic images.