See this image on the side...it's the likeness of 5 photographs that I saw at the Modern Museum of Art in Fort Worth, TX.
Currently the Modern has a mini display of Adam Fuss' photography, which is very unique. By far the most interesting thing to me was 5 photographs of children (Untitled, 1990) in which Fuss used geletin silver prints to capture childrens pictures in such a way that you can hardly tell there's a picture there at all.
I stood infront of these five black "pictures" saying "What in the world is that?" and then came to realize that they very faintly you could find pictures of children in each of the black photographs, and it wasn't as much about angles or standing a certain distance away, but about looking long enough that a really dark black differentiated itself from a semi-dark black.
In the brochure we received describing the work Fuss said, "...the human body grows through nutrition and the internal body grows through attention."
I thought this was an interesting concept, and in order to see the children at all in these pictures you had to pay a lot of attention.
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