History Vision Machines, 2010
8 photoprints; 4 handmade c-prints, 2 handmade b/w, 2 digital , Dimensions Variable
"History Vision Machines" is a series of photographs, in which cameras are presented both as subject and as recording device. Every picture was taken by another camera with the help of a mirror. The types of cameras reach from a historical Kodak Brownie to the iPhone. I am interested in the ways in which the device´s unique aesthetic have been shaping our visual perception of history and thereby have had impact on memory and perception.