Sara Cwynar, Girl from Contact Sheet 2 (Darkroom Manuals), 2013. Courtesy the artist and Foxy Production, New York.
This is a response by James Robert Southard to March 2015

The splitting of the colors from B&W into its building blocks (the color spectrum) reminds that the digitization of new and archived work has changed the physical materiality of the photograph. No longer are photographers only discussed in sculptural reference to the 2 dimensional print, but also the media and durational aspects of the medium. Some would call this the collapse of the printed image, but I'd say this is photography's emergence into a more interdisciplinary world.

James Robert Southard
rob@jamesrsouthard.com