For his first solo exhibition Mark Tamer presents photographic objects and collages that renounce the notion of photography as a window-on-the-world and question the significance of the photographic subject. Working mostly without a camera, he investigates the balance between chance and control, and between; construction and destruction, signal and noise and ultimately, life and death. (…) Through glitches and mistakes we get to see the […]
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