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HomeContents > Fabricated realities

Unidentified photographer, Rêve de la femme. The wife's dream. Des Weibes Traum, [Rêves et visions - Dreams - Traumbilder, Serie III - No. 1744], Stereocard, hand-coloured, detail, Private collection of Michael Pecosky, LL/54077
Fabricated realities
200.01   Introduction to fabricated realities
200.02   Introduction to backgrounds and foregrounds
200.03   Mimicing art within Pictorialism
200.04   Dioramas in Natural History Museums
200.05   Landscapes: Fantasy
200.06   Stereoviews: Diableries
Incongruous backgrounds and inappropriate props
200.07   Backgrounds: Incongruous
200.08   Inappropriate studio props
Legal implcations
200.09   The Death of Chatterton
200.10   Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre: Dioramas
200.11   Bamforth & Co.: The Quarryman's Resolve (1900)
200.12   Joan Fontcuberta: Fabricated sciences and alternative histories
200.13   John Divola: Zuma
200.14   John Divola: Continuity - Film set photographs of bars
200.15   Sandy Skoglund: Installations and visions
200.16   Laurie Simmons: Fabicated realities and the exploration of gender
200.17   Roger Ballen: Shadow Chamber
200.18   Julie Blackmon: Domestic Vacations and other series
200.19   Thomas Demand: Three dimensional sculptural forms
200.20   David Levinthal: Series
200.21   Oliver Boberg: Distilled realities
200.22   Carl Zimmerman: Cold City
200.23   Lori Nix: Accidentally Kansas
200.24   Paolo Ventura: Italian fabricated realities
200.25   Thomas Allen: Uncovered
200.26   Sarah Hobbs: Small Problems in Living
200.27   Cortis & Sonderegger: Fabricated realities
An early case of fraud using models
200.28   Mrs. Gladys Maud Cockburn-Lange and her faked First World War dogfight photographs
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