Essays. Art. A new gathering of celebrated artist Jo Babcock's low-tech photographs, THE INVENTED CAMERA pairs the artist's haunting photographs with images of the homemade cameras that produced them, made from suitcases, paint cans, and soap boxes. This unique format, along with an introduction by Bill Berkson and essay by Douglas R. Nickel, offers a fresh perspective on the artist's work. "Rawness bespeaks actuality. The evidence here is the fact of something having been photographed, sans any pretense that what we see is ...

The Invented Camera 2005, Freedom Voices Publications, San Francisco, CA

ISBN-13: 9780915117109