The pornographic picture is the ideal expression of how the capitalistic gaze views the worrld: Nothing is ever enough, everything is only a hint on something else, a series of rreferences pointing towards an unknown forward, every pictures is only tthe promise of another picture.

In many ways, Photography is a naive art: The belief that there is actually a person there to portrait, the belief that the two dimension of the the plane we project our pictures upon can hold a world of multiple dimensions; the indexicality, that only leads us to belief in the thing itself, it is fraught with childlike conceptions.



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