Posted by: Brook Davis | August 16, 2011

Transmission review: Lindsay Seers, the fake pinhole camera (February 10, 2010)


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Date: February 10, 2010

By Brook Davis

Lindsay Seers began his presentation by stating that he would improvise, but what was clear at the end, is that his entire presentation was prepared to detail.
A genius of photography, according himself, citing however, Jiri Kovanda, probably the level she wants to achieve.

He presented himself as a human pinhole camera, and took us to see a strange array of photographs taken by placing photographic film inside the mouth, caught between the teeth, simulating a fake pinhole camera.

However, the quality of them, was quite weak, leading us to conclude that the objective is not the photograph itself, but the process of making it.

One thing for sure we cannot deny, is that Lindsay aren’t an innovative and original artist.

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