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A Theatre of Disembodied Poetics

A Theatre of Disembodied Poetics

(Excerpted from Margin Walker: Photographs 2002 – 2013) Margin Walker encompasses an extended evocation of the fluid boundaries between actuality and imagination, authenticity and invention, especially pertaining to and emanating from photographic forms. Though I am far from the first to do so, Margin Walker asserts that photographs are both truths and fictions (1), and […]

You Are Here

You Are Here

(Excerpted from Margin Walker: Photographs 2002 – 2013) Margin Walker is a long arc, drawn over the better part of a decade. The clearest understanding of it should come when the work is seen as a larger grouping of images, and not just as single photographs in isolation. By gestalt, by the accumulation of a […]

The Nothing

The Nothing

(Excerpted from Margin Walker: A Theatre of Disembodied Poetics) Whereas most photography thrives on somethings, mine tends to seek, to dwell on, to rely on, nothings. Are these nothings found or made? ********** A photograph can be comprehensive and full. It can allow the eye access to detail which it could not otherwise observe. Walter […]