Many offer paper cameras or paper tools that have informed the imagination of paper cameras press:
- Nat Pyper’s Ways of Looking;
- Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo’s Slow Looking: These Views Are Our Tools inspired by, and dedicated to, Corita Kent, and published by Childish Books;
- beck haberstroh’s cloth cameras and our collaboration, How to Draw the Horizon with a Friend;
- Johann Diedrick’s committed practice to reconfiguring the implications of “recording” sound, and our use of tracing paper to collect sounds in our listening activities;
- beck’s carrying of paper cut-outs to the first paper camera micro-residency in winter 2020;
- Lai Yi Ohlsen’s use of mirrors as a poor image-maker in Mirror Me;
- and many others.
More language for paper cameras and (re)appearing will be here soon.
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