We nonetheless feel, as we do with much contemporary photography released through independent publishers, a fascination for a haunted sense of the ordinary and recklessly taken images. Strangeness and spirit, the traces of other worlds, have been a part of photography since its invention; the digital age has changed nothing. On the contrary. Regardless of the camera used, we are impassioned today by industrial imaging and the parasitic disturbances of vernacular photography.

-On Graham Walzer’s Chasing Ghosts

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