What we are surrounded by above all are redundant photographs - and this is the case despite the fact that every day new illustrated newspapers appear on our breakfast tables, every week new posters appear on city walls and new advertising photographs appear in shop displays. It is precisely this permanently changing situation that we have become accustomed to: One redundant photograph displaces another redundant photograph. As such the changing situation is familiar, redundant; 'progress' has become uninformative, run-of-the-mill. What would be informative, exceptional, exciting for us would be a standstill situation : to find the same newspapers on our breakfast tables everyday or to see the same posters on city walls. That would surprise and shock us. (Flusser, Vilem. Towards a Philosophy of Photography. Reaktion Books. 2000. Translated by Anthony Mathews. p65)

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