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An investigation of the relationship between the material and illusionary aspects of the photograph

@inproceedings{Puglielli2006AnIO,
  title={An investigation of the relationship between the material and illusionary aspects of the photograph},
  author={Emidio Puglielli},
  year={2006}
}
This project is an investigation of the relationship between the image of a photograph and the paper on which it is printed. It addresses transmission and reception caused by the interconnection of symbols (image) and object (paper substrata). It can be observed that the major exchange with a photograph is mostly a symbolic one. The power of the image engulfs us, overshadowing the material nature of the paper object, creating the perception that there is something non-material about the… 

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