Douglas McCulloh
[Photographer, b. 1959, Los Angeles, lives in Los Angeles.]

 The average photography web site is like a small-scale cemetery, but twice as dead. 
 If you scratch through the deceitful artifice of contemporary photography, you’ll find the real artifice underneath. 
 You may not be interested in photography, but photography is interested in you. 
 Is there not much greater photographic power in posing questions than providing answers? 
 We live within an ever-deepening strata of visual iconography, sharing shifting signifiers up and down the layers of our lives. Eventually, we mistake abundance for vision. We become blind to our own blindness. 
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