Hijacked Volume 3: British and Australian Photography
26.7 x 20.8 cm
Hijacked III reverse-engineers and re-presents the ‘photo book’ with a challenging anti-curatorial manifesto where borders are merged or displaced and photography has a forum to keep reinventing itself. A cross-cultural revolution, a voyeuristic pleasure, Hijacked presents a new narrative with psychological investigations and disseminations of how photographers “populate” photographs with performativity, representation, notions of nationhood, globilisation and conceptual reflexivity in regards to the photographic object and medium itself. Metaphysical and poetic photographics – on the precipice of the new, the now and the next artistic nostalgia.