The frame cuts into space and the shutter cuts into time, turning the photographic act into an event itself – David Campany.
- Textual Narrative
- Text as Image
- Image & Text (eg: captions or part of the image)
- Still Image
- Tableau Image
- Moving Image (eg: slideshow or video)
- Linear Narrative
- Random Narrative
- Open Ended / Closed (notion of suspense)
- Repetition / Permutation
- Personal / Diary
Raymond Queneau: Novelist & Poet. OuLiPo Movement. 1903 – 1976. Combined rigorous experimentation with restless humour.
Fiona Banner – The Nam: Painting, book and audio tapes. Non-fiction installation. Performance Nude – writes description of what she sees.
Larry Sultan – The Valley: Influenced by Edward Hopper’s Hotel Room, 1931.
Victor Burgin – Gradiva: Translates to “woman who walks”. 8 images in series.
Rene Margritte: Compares words and images as means of representation.
Martha Rosler: Documentary images and text by the side. Photographs of words (how the describe homeless drunks)
Gabriel Orozco: Constructed or not? You don’t really know.
Robert Frank: Story Lines. Repetition.