Ethics and aesthetics — David Dunnico


A couple of posts ago I wrote about how I approached the issue of homelessness, by photographing anti-homeless spikes and other examples of ‘defensive architecture. These were evidence of how those in power tried to get rid of homeless people, rather than homelessness. I said I tended not to photograph homeless people themselves my rationale being that: […]

via Ethics and aesthetics — David Dunnico

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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