Seeing For Others
Seeing For Others is the second book from London's Royal College of Art (RCA) Photography Department, following on from Hardcover: Image Perspectives.
Seeing For Others is a deeper look into the fascinating and ground breaking work coming from the RCA Photography Department. These innovative artworks are featured alongside visual and text-based conversations and essays from experts in the field.
A dream can be an image or a series of images that come to me. Such images have an unusal intensity. Thus starts the philosopher Alexander García Düttmann’s exploration of what a dream might be. This book brings together 21 young artists who challenge each other to make visible their dreams through photography and film. The philosopher responds to the dreams and resulting images, weaving together a precise yet provocative text that opens up the relationship between images and text, dreams and pictures.
Designed by Marine Duroselle with an additional text by Olivier Richon, distinguished artist and Professor of the Photography Programme at the Royal College of Art in London and edited by the renowned photographer Rut Blees Luxemburg.
Seeing for Others will inspire anyone with an interest in photography, moving-image and contemporary art practice.