Experimental photography includes alternative process techniques, and broadly refers to any photographic process or product falling outside the realm of straight film or digital photography. However, that comes close to a definition. It may be more appropriate not to define what experimental photography is (or isn't).
From Boris Mikhailov to Stephen Gill, and from Picasso to Kenji Hirasawa, they are all represented in this issue to some extent. Although they vary greatly in goal and scale, experiments always really on repeatable procedure. While they are truly original in their own right, the works of Harold Strak, Sebastiaan Bremer and Taisuke Koyama also fit within a long tradition of photographic experimentation.
Cover Photo: Kenji Hirasawa
Photographers included in this issue:
Boris Mikhailov, Stephen Gill, Alexander Binder, Harold Strak, Sebastiaan Bremer, Kenji Hirasawa, Melanie Bonajo, Taisuke Koyama, Arjen Born, Patrick Sijben.
225 x 166 mm