SOME RECENT FINDINGS // Curated by Andrew Kensett

Do we make photographs, or take them? Since its inception, photography has been envisioned as a collecting tool: a means of accumulating, preserving, and organizing things in the world through the creation of surrogate visual records. The camera imperfectly gathers and groups in order to memorialize, document, to make meaning, and even to possess. This bound portfolio showcases works which explore the potential and the limitations of photography as an acquisitive practice and asks how photographs might allow us to collect the uncollectible.