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A presentation set of 19th and 20th century photographic processes from the Art Gallery of Ontario's Harris study collection
With the rise in digital photography -- and the shift in photography's materiality -- it has become increasingly important to revisit photographs and reconsider them as multifaceted objects, and not simply as two-dimensional images. In this applied thesis project, the Art Gallery of Ontario's John Richmond Harris study collection was used as the basis for creating a presentation set of fifteen different 19th and 20th century positive photographic processes. With specially constructed archivaldoi:10.32920/ryerson.14653581.v1 fatcat:r2jkfy7uw5aoflphqxsh3rwlfu