Greg MacGregor

An artist is one who takes the common and ordinary and records it in such a manner that it reads as art. I am continually amazed by the success photographers have with this process, while my search for rules and formulas at work usually fails entirely. My teaching experience, however, has allowed me to draw some conclusions about the process. One in particular stands out clearly: the art-making process often involves defining relationships that replace or contradict the relationships we expect. That is, the artist either perceives new relationships or invents them. Often the artist questions the existing context ...

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