Editorial Feature: YET Magazine


Work from Any Color You Like and Basic Ingredients of a Complex World were featured in an article by Darren Campion:

"One fundamental aspect of this transformation is key to Gamber’s series Any Color You Like, namely how the shift to monochrome exposes the conditional nature of photographic representation – and even of visual perception itself. 

At the same time, a photograph definitely has a sort of informational role–it can describe what something (an event, an object) looks like, but the caveat that Gamber astutely adds is that a photograph will only tell us what something looks like when photographed and that distinction is a considerable one."

Read the rest of the article at YET Magazine.

Matthew Gamber