In Digital Image Systems, Claus Gunti examines the antagonizing
reactions to digital technologies in photography. While Thomas
Ruff, Andreas Gursky and Joerg Sasse have gradually adopted digital
imaging tools in the early 1990s, other photographers from the
Dusseldorf School have remained faithful to film-based
technologies. By evaluating the aesthetic and discursive
preconditions of this situation and by extensively analyzing the
digital work of these three photographers, this book shows that the
digital turn in photography was anticipated by the
conceptualization of images within systems, and thus offers new
perspectives for understanding the "digital revolution".
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