Wreck and Ruin: Photography, Temporality, and World (Dis)order

Wreck and Ruin: Photography, Temporality, and World (Dis)order

Wreck and Ruin: Photography, Temporality, and World (Dis)order

Art and Literary Work by James R. Hugunin

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Literary Nonfiction. Art Criticism & Theory. A monograph on contemporary photography, emphasizing the theme of ruins, by the winner of the first Reva and David Logan Award for Distinguished New Writing in Photography.

 

 

 

About the Author

 

James Hugunin teaches the History of Photography and Contemporary Theory at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1983 he won the first Reva and David Logan Award for Distinguished New Writing in Photography. He is the author of A Survey of the Representation of Prisoners in the United States: Discipline and Photograph, The Prison Experience (1999), and Writing Pictures, Case Studies in Photographic Criticism, 1983- 2012 (2013), New Art Examiner Reviews: 1986-93, and Afterimage: Critical Essays on Photography from the Journal Afterimage, 1977-88, all collections of his critical writings. He has also written several novels: Something is Crook in Middlebrook (2012), Elder Physics, The Wrong of Time: Stories from an Elder Home (2013), Case-X (2015), and Q_A: An Auto-Interview (JEF Books, 2017). His current novel-in-progress, Finding Mememo,(forthcoming in 2017) plays with the genres of academic writing, detective, and sci-fi as it critiques the suffusion of neoliberal economics into academia. In 2016, Hugunin was elected a member of Chicago's Society of Midland Authors.

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