The exhibition project Sculpture at Camera Austria focuses on photography as an ongoing material practice rather than on the question of the production of meaning. The resurgence of interest in the analogue might be seen as a kind of desire to embrace the image as object, or objects as images—a desire for images as raw sensual data, images that do not refer to anything but that represent a kind of performance in and of themselves, a discrepancy between what can be said and what can be seen. This discrepancy may go so far as to literally leave next to nothing visible in the images. However—and this is truly remarkable—this does not affect their ability to present a visual event, a space for articulation, in which an essential part of the visual is represented by a gap.
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