The year 2010 recorded in a composite image of 3,888 photographs taken by Erik Solheim from the window of his apartment in Oslo.
Solheim set up his Canon 400D to record one image every 30 minutes: 16,000 photographs whittled down to 3,888 from each of which he extracted a one-pixel wide line, then composited the lot (from January on the left to December on the right) using a computer script.
A panoramic photograph created by compositing an entire 30-hour shoot at Sunnio in Greece. Photographer Chris Kotsiopoloulos stitched hundreds of separate images together to represent an entire rotation of the earth.
‘Kazanjian’s aberrations occupy a state of material transience: none of the images qualify as photographs, yet each piece is entirely photographic…built upon the persuasive testimonies of hundreds of anonymous snapshots and photo-documents.’