5.27.2021

Photographic Memory: On Raoul Ollman’s “Reflections”

(I continue to publish on Medium as Blogger is a piece of shit. To wit, I keep getting an error as I try to upload images...)


Whether it’s black and white shots of the Bay Bridge, portraits of friends, or lush color images of reflections in Manhattan windows, Ollman’s subject remains the same: he photographs time.

Read the essay which talks about photography, time, perception, memory....it's pretty good, I have to say. 






Don’t Teach Classes. Craft Courses.

A “class” is a physical space—static, hence indifferent to the rhythm of pedagogy. A course, however, is  a   movement—a choreography of kno...