dimanche 29 juin 2008

# Image fulgurator de Julius von Bismarck

"People’s great trust in their photographic reproductions of reality was what motivated me to develop the *Image Fulgurator*. A camera can be used as a personal memory tool, since people do not doubt the veracity of their own photographs. Hence, photos can reproduce the reality of an individual environment or public space. At sacred or popular locations, or those having a political connotation, an intervention with the Fulgurator can be particularly effective. Especially objects with a special aura or great symbolic power are good targets for this kind of manipulation. In other words, with the Fulgurator it is possible to have a lasting effect on those kinds of individual moments and events that become accessible to the masses only because they are preserved photographically."

L'image fulgurator est une invention du photographe allemand Julius von Bismarck qui permet à son auteur d'imposer un message sur l'ensemble des photographies au flash ayant le même sujet. Il agit donc comme un parasite des photos touristiques dans une démonstration de la subjectivité photographique.

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