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    Meggan Gould

    • Photojojo

      Meggan Gould photographs viewfinders. It’s pretty amazing how much personality each one has. Makes you think how each camera’s viewfinder shapes how you frame your photos. ::deep thoughts:: via Reddit

    • Heidi Brown

      Most recently, I have been looking at the mediation of the camera apparatus itself, separating the viewfinder’s quirks from the world beyond and examining how these glass and plastic forms inform and shape our photographic visions.

    • Dean Abanilla

      Meggan Gould deconstructs the photographic process. I like this a lot.

    • Olivia Mosley

      Photographs of Viewfinders Found in Old Analog Cameras.

    • Tommy Cabrera

      Meggan amazing photographer. even better professor

    • Hans Malm

      Meggan Gould – Viewfinders

    • Dan Klimke

      Viewfinder Photography

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    Meggan Gould

    Histories of looking are embedded in the glass in the form of dust and scratches, etched and painted lines and text discipline and direct our sight. Meant to be looked through, to ostensible scenes beyond, what happens if our vision is arrested at these thresholds?

    Considerations of vision—of how we look at the world at large, as well as how we customarily employ photography to document and speak to our surroundings—have long been central to my interests within photography. What do we look at photographically, and what do we ignore? How does the camera both free and constrain our vision?

    1963, television eyeglasses

    shot with a dumpster.

    *6261 flickr


    Japanese algae Vol. 3 | Biodiversity Heritage Library

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    Under the sea ... "Whale & Sea" - Original Etching and Collage by freshandsilly on Etsy, $50,00

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    My Wife and Son 1959 Norman Blamey 1914-2000

    Braque : Guitar and Still Life on a Guéridon, 1922 The Metropolitan Museum of Art


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    mixed media collage by Vavoir / Jane #pet boy #pet girl #Cute pet|

    Bernard Leach Pottery Studio, St Ives, also the home of the Barbara Hepworth Museum.