The artistic research project Teleportation explores how the photograph transports reality and consciousness between locations. The photograph makes distant places accessible, and its optical depth-illusion enables the viewer to “be” completely different places than that of their body. How does such an experience influence the interpretation of the image? What type of access to the world does technologies actually provide? And how do technologies influence our conclusions about what we find and perceive? By working with the photograph as a tool for exploring and mapping reality, I am discovering ways of visually conveying the ideas that inform the project.
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