Manifesto

 

Our intention is not to expand on the range of post-modern photography, or to
re-enact historic moments. Instead we are committed to photographing the present.
By using the visual language of the past, and the factuality that we associate with early
photographic processes, each one of us interprets modern questions of place and
identity.
Not only is the image important, but so also is the object, as the physicality of
the present. In this age of virtuality we chose the tangible.
We believe that photography must remain current to be meaningful, and reject
the idea of technique for the sake of technique. Using arcane methods to contain and
illuminate the new, we explore what it means to be human in the 21st Century.