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[探索发现] 【整理】2008-07-04 The Genius of Photography 摄影演义后传- 6

The Genius of Photography 摄影演义


In the course of our 170 year relationship, photography has delighted us, served us, moved us, outraged us and occasionally disappointed us. But mainly, it has intrigued us by showing the secret strangeness that lies beneath the world of appearances. And that is photography's true genius.





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【整理】——sylvia_qian

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“There's nothing you can do. Help me in (a) what way? You know, save me from what? Protect me from what?”

 

In the Soviet Union, the realities were of another kind, the revolutionary realities of a new society. For the artist Alexander Rodchenko, this was an opportunity to be embraced. When the Bolshevists came to power, he had declared painting to be dead, and had turned instead to photography. Modern, objective, apparently free from the taint of bourgeois subjectivity, photography showed that artists could play their part in the dictatorship of the proletariat.

 

“Alexander Rodchenko has his revelation about how the camera is the tool of the new man, the new artist. He invented a kind of special worker's uniform which he wore, and the camera goes with that desire to become the new intellectual, the new artist, serving a larger political reality, serving the people directly.”

 

But Rodchenko wasn't content with traditional approaches to photography. A new society demanded new ways of seeing. Fortunately, a new means of production had become available: compact, handheld, lightweight cameras like the legendary--Leica.

 

“In the Soviet Union, the still photographers are using the new Leica camera, and using it with incomparable freedom, with the freedom that, that camera proposed, because it is so light and you can use it to photograph upwards, downwards, sideways, you can, it's suddenly you're freed from the tripod, and you can photograph in any direction. So suddenly social life becomes fluid as it were. It becomes revolutionary.”

 

“Rodchenko wrote about the need to reject what he called bellybutton photography. He didn't mean photography of bellybuttons but that most as of amateur cameras are held at waist level with the viewfinder where you look down and so the entire world is seen from this view. The alternative to bellybutton photography was to try to make very apparent that you're photographing the world differently, so that the viewer would be encouraged to take part in that sort of revolution of, of perception, literally.”

 

Vocabulary:

 

Bolshevist: 1. (n.)布尔什维克主义者 2. (adj.)布尔什维克的主义者的

bourgeois: belonging to or typical of the part of society that is rich, educated, owns land etc.

           中产阶级,中产阶级的,

proletariat: The proletariat is a term used to refer to workers without high status, especially

               industrial workers.

              ...a struggle between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat.

be content with: 满足于

lightweight: Something that is lightweight weighs less than most other things of the

                same type.

                The company manufactures a range of innovative lightweight cycles.

Leica: []莱卡照相机(商标名)

tripod: A tripod is a stand with three legs that is used to support something such as a

         camera or a telescope. 三脚架

but that: 而是

            According to Wang An-yi, a novel is the reflection not of the real life but that of 

            the writer's inner world.

            王安忆认为小说不是现实生活的反映,而是作家个人的心灵世界,它由作家独立创造,是一个

         人的心灵景象。

viewfinder: A viewfinder is a small square of glass in a camera that you look through in

               order to see what you are going to photograph.

 

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There’s nothing you can do. Help me in what way? You know, save me from what? Protect me from what?

 

In Soviet Union, the realities were another kind--the revolutionary realities of a new society. For the artist, Alexander Rodchenko, this was an opportunity to be embraced. When the/ came to/, he declared painting to be dead. And that turned instead to photography, modem, objective, apparently free from the tent of / subjectivity. Photography showed that artist could play their part in the dictatorship of the /.

 

Alexander Rodchenko has his revelation about how the camera is the tool of the new man, the new artist. He invented kind of special worker’s uniform which he wore , and the camera goes with that, desired to become the new intellectual, the new artist, serving a large political reality, serving the people directly.

 

But Rodchenko wasn’t contained with the traditional approaches photography. A new society demanded new ways of seen. Fortunately, a new means of production has become available. Compact, handheld, lightly cameras like a legendary—Leica. In Soviet Union, the / photographers are using the Leica camera. And using it / the incomparable freedom with the freedom that the camera proposed because it is so light. And you can use it to photograph upwards-down, sideways, you can, it’s/ you free from /pod, and you can photograph in any direction. So suddenly social life becomes fluid as it were. It becomes revolutionary.

 

Rodchenko rose about the neat, reject, what he called the bellybutton photography. He didn’t mean the photography of bellybuttons but the most / cameras are held waist level with the view in front/ , you look down, and so the entire world is seen from this view. And the alternative to bellybutton photography was to try to make very apparent that you’re photographing the world differently, so that the viewer would be encouraged to take part in that sort of revolution of perception, literally.

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There’s nothing you can do. Help me in what way? You know, save me from what? Protect me from what?

 

In Soviet Union, the realities were another kind--the revolutionary realities of a new society. For the artist, Alexander Rodchenko, this was an opportunity to be embraced. When the bourgeoisie came to/, he declared painting to be dead. And that turned instead to photography, modem, objective, apparently free from the tent of bourgeois subjectivity. Photography showed that artist could play their part in the dictatorship of the /.

 

Alexander Rodchenko has his revelation about how the camera is the tool of the new man, the new artist. He invented kind of special worker’s uniform which he wore , and the camera goes with that, desired to become the new intellectual, the new artist, serving a large political reality, serving the people directly.

 

But Rodchenko wasn’t contained with the traditional approaches photography. A new society demanded new ways of seen. Fortunately, a new means of production has become available. Compact, handheld, lightly cameras like a legendary—Leica. In Soviet Union, the / photographers are using the Leica camera. And using it / the incomparable freedom with the freedom that the camera proposed because it is so light. And you can use it to photograph upwards-down with sideways, you can, it’s/ you free from /pod, and you can photograph in any direction. So suddenly social life becomes fluid as it were. It becomes revolutionary.

 

Rodchenko rose about the neat, reject, what he called the bellybutton photography. He didn’t mean /the/ photography of bellybuttons but the most / cameras are held waist level with the view in front/ , you look down, and so the entire world is seen from this view. /and/ The alternative to bellybutton photography was to try to make very apparent that you’re photographing the world differently, so that the viewer would be encouraged to take part in that sort of revolution of perception, literally.

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There’s nothing you can do. Help me in a what way? You know, save me from what? Protect me from what?

 

In Soviet Union, the realities were another kind--the revolutionary realities of a new society. For the artist, Alexander Rodchenko, this was an opportunity to be embraced. When the bourgeois came to power, he declared painting to be dead. And he turned instead to photography, modem, objective, apparently free from the tent of bourgeois subjectivity. Photography showed that artist could play their part in the dictatorship of the /.

 

Alexander Rodchenko has his revelation about how the camera is the tool of the new man, the new artist. He invented kind of special worker’s uniform which he wore , and the camera goes with that, desired to become the new intellectual, the new artist, serving a large political reality, serving the people directly.

 

But Rodchenko wasn’t contained with the traditional approaches photography. A new society demanded new ways of seen. Fortunately, a new means of production has become available. Compact, handheld, lightly cameras like a legendary—Leica. In Soviet Union, there still photographers are using the new Leica camera. And using it to it's incomparable freedom with the freedom that the camera proposed because it is so light. And you can use it to photograph upwards-down with sideways, you can, it’s suddenly you free from tripod, and you can photograph in any direction. So suddenly social life becomes fluid as it were. It becomes revolutionary.

 

Rodchenko rose about the neat, reject, what he called the bellybutton photography. He didn’t mean /the/ photography of bellybuttons but the most / cameras are held waist level with the view in front/ , you look down, and so the entire world is seen from this view.  The alternative to bellybutton photography was to try to make very apparent that you’re photographing in the world differently, so that the viewer would be encouraged to take part in that sort of revolution of perception, literally

 


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“There is nothing you can do, help me in what way, you know, save me from what, protect me from what.”

 

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But Rodchenko wasn`t contained with traditional approaches to photography, a new society demanded new ways of scene. Fortunately, a new means of production have become available, compact, handheld like * cameras, like the legendary--Leica.

 

“In Soviet Union, they still photographers are using the new Leica camera, and using it twist incomparable freedom, with the freedom that, that camera proposed because it is so light, and you can use it to photograph upwards, downwards, sideways, you can, it`s suddenly you`re free from the *pot, and you can photograph in any direction. So suddenly social life becomes fluid as it were, it becomes revolutionary which in corrodes about the need to reject, what he called bellybutton photography. He didn`t mean photography of bellybuttons, but that most as the * cameras are held waste level, with a view find a way you look down, until the entire world had seen, from dispute. The alternative to bellybutton photography was to try to make very apparent that you`re photographing the world differently, so that`s the view that would be encouraged to take part in a sort of revolution of, of perception, literally.”

 

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There's nothing you can do. Help me in (a) what way? You know, save me from what? Protect me from what?

In the Soviet Union, the realities were of another kind, the revolutionary realities of a new society. For the artist\ Alexander Rodchenko, this was an opportunity to be embraced. When the Bolshevists came to power, he had declared painting to be dead, and had turned instead to photography. Modern, objective, apparently free from the taint of bourgeois subjectivity, photography showed that artists could play their part in the dictatorship of the proletarian.

Alexander Rodchenko has this revelation about how the camera is the tool of the new man, the new artist. He invented a kind of special worker's uniform which he wore, and the camera goes with that\ desire\ to become the new intellectual, the new artist, serving a larger political reality, serving the people directly.

But Rodchenko wasn't content with \ traditional approaches to photography. A new society demanded new ways of seeing. Fortunately, a new means of production had become available: compact, handheld, lightweight cameras like the legendary Leica.

In the Soviet Union, the still photographers are using the new Leica camera, and using it with incomparable freedom, with the freedom that that camera proposed, because it is so light and you can use it to photograph upwards, downwards, sideways, you can, it's suddenly you're freed from the tripod, and you can photograph in any direction. So suddenly social life becomes fluid as it were. It becomes revolutionary.

Rodchenko wrote about the need to reject what he called \ bellybutton photography. He didn't mean photography of bellybuttons but that most * amateur cameras are held at waist level with the viewfinder where you look down and so the entire world is seen from this view. The alternative to bellybutton photography was to try to make very apparent that you're photographing \ the world differently, so that the viewer would be encouraged to take part in that sort of revolution of perception, literally.

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There's nothing you can do. Help me in (a) what way? You know, save me from what? Protect me from what?

In the Soviet Union, the realities were of another kind, the revolutionary realities of a new society. For the artist\ Alexander Rodchenko, this was an opportunity to be embraced. When the Bolshevists came to power, he had declared painting to be dead, and had turned instead to photography. Modern, objective, apparently free from the taint of bourgeois subjectivity, photography showed that artists could play their part in the dictatorship of the proletarian.

Alexander Rodchenko has this revelation about how the camera is the tool of the new man, the new artist. He invented a kind of special worker's uniform which he wore, and the camera goes with that\ desire\ to become the new intellectual, the new artist, serving a larger political reality, serving the people directly.

But Rodchenko wasn't content with \ traditional approaches to photography. A new society demanded new ways of seeing. Fortunately, a new means of production had become available: compact, handheld, lightweight cameras like the legendary Leica.

In the Soviet Union, the still photographers are using the new Leica camera, and using it with incomparable freedom, with the freedom that, that camera proposed, because it is so light and you can use it to photograph upwards, downwards, sideways, you can, it's suddenly you're freed from the tripod, and you can photograph in any direction. So suddenly social life becomes fluid as it were. It becomes revolutionary.

Rodchenko wrote about the need to reject what he called \ bellybutton photography. He didn't mean photography of bellybuttons but that most
as of amateur cameras are held at waist level with the viewfinder where you look down and so the entire world is seen from this view(听着总觉得像dispute,但这样又不好理解). The alternative to bellybutton photography was to try to make very apparent that you're photographing \ the world differently, so that the viewer would be encouraged to take part in that sort of revolution of, of perception, literally.

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There's nothing you can do. Help me in (a) what way? You know, save me from what? Protect me from what?

 

In the Soviet Union, the realities were of another kind, the revolutionary realities of a new society. For the artist\ Alexander Rodchenko, this was an opportunity to be embraced. When the Bolshevists came to power, he had declared painting to be dead, and had turned instead to photography. Modern, objective, apparently free from the taint of bourgeois subjectivity, photography showed that artists could play their part in the dictatorship of the proletarian.

 

Alexander Rodchenko has his revelation about how the camera is the tool of the new man, the new artist. He invented a kind of special worker's uniform which he wore, and the camera goes with that\ desire\ to become the new intellectual, the new artist, serving a larger political reality, serving the people directly.

 

But Rodchenko wasn't content with \ traditional approaches to photography. A new society demanded new ways of seeing. Fortunately, a new means of production had become available: compact, handheld, lightweight cameras like the legendary Leica.

 

In the Soviet Union, the still photographers are using the new Leica camera, and using it with incomparable freedom, with the freedom that, that camera proposed, because it is so light and you can use it to photograph upwards, downwards, sideways, you can, it's suddenly you're freed from the tripod, and you can photograph in any direction. So suddenly social life becomes fluid as it were. It becomes revolutionary.

 

Rodchenko wrote about the need to reject what he called \ bellybutton photography. He didn't mean photography of bellybuttons but at most as of amateur cameras are held at waist level with the viewfinder where you look down and so the entire world is seen from this view. The alternative to bellybutton photography was to try to make very apparent that you're photographing \ the world differently, so that the viewer would be encouraged to take part in that sort of revolution of, of perception, literally.

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“There's nothing you can do. Help me in (a) what way? You know, save me from what? Protect me from what?”

 

In the Soviet Union, the realities were of another kind, the revolutionary realities of a new society. For the artist Alexander Rodchenko, this was an opportunity to be embraced. When the Bolshevists came to power, he had declared painting to be dead, and had turned instead to photography. Modern, objective, apparently free from the taint of bourgeois subjectivity, photography showed that artists could play their part in the dictatorship of the proletariat.

 

“Alexander Rodchenko has his revelation about how the camera is the tool of the new man, the new artist. He invented a kind of special worker's uniform which he wore, and the camera goes with that desire to become the new intellectual, the new artist, serving a larger political reality, serving the people directly.”

 

But Rodchenko wasn't content with traditional approaches to photography. A new society demanded new ways of seeing. Fortunately, a new means of production had become available: compact, handheld, lightweight cameras like the legendary--Leica.

 

“In the Soviet Union, the still photographers are using the new Leica camera, and using it with incomparable freedom, with the freedom that, that camera proposed, because it is so light and you can use it to photograph upwards, downwards, sideways, you can, it's suddenly you're freed from the tripod, and you can photograph in any direction. So suddenly social life becomes fluid as it were. It becomes revolutionary.”

 

“Rodchenko wrote about the need to reject what he called bellybutton photography. He didn't mean photography of bellybuttons but that most as of amateur cameras are held at waist level with the viewfinder where you look down and so the entire world is seen from this view. The alternative to bellybutton photography was to try to make very apparent that you're photographing the world differently, so that the viewer would be encouraged to take part in that sort of revolution of, of perception, literally.”

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