The Dialectics of Skill in Talbot's Dream World.
History of Photography, 26(2) pp. 113–118.
This essay examines the emergence of photography in the context of contemporary accounts of the factory. I suggest that both photographs and industrial production are embedded in structures of fetishism and the occlusion of labour.
||photography; factory; autogenesis; Talbot, W. H. F.; Ure, Andrew; fetishism
||Arts > Art History
||12 Jun 2007
||02 Dec 2010 20:00
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