A visual archive of all /POINTS/ contributions
Tošo Dabac (1907-1970), Untitled Photograph, c. 1948-50.
Braut aus Rode / Bride from Rode
From: Hans Retzlaff. Bildnis eines deutschen Bauernvolkes / Portrait of a German peasant population
Die Siebenbürger Sachsen / The Transylvanian Saxons (Berlin, 1939)
Scanned page from the book: Gal Reporter by Joan Lowell, 1933; Lowell published the book four years after The Cradle of the Deep as another attempt to proof her experience at sea.
Scanned page from the book: Salt Water Taffy by Corey Ford, 1929; The book with its collages is a spoof on Joan Lowell’s autobiography Cradle of the Deep, which turned out to have been a fabrication.
Matt Garite holding his copy of the Shellac record at his home in Winston-Salem, NC
Shellac, The Bird Is the Most Popular Finger, front cover
Unaltered, uncropped digital photograph of the east façade of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Manhattan.
Screen grab of Samsung's webpage for LED 7000 television monitors.
Discarded CRT monitors arranged into a makeshift bridge. Photo taken from the article:
The Guardian: Agbogbloshie-worlds-largest-e-waste-dump-in-pictures.
Rendering by Saddington Baynes, a creative production agency in London, for J.P Morgan Chase's prepaid card Chase Liquid
Rising water from the Hudson River overtakes a bank drive-through in Edgewater, N.J., Monday, Oct. 29, 2012 as Hurricane Sandy lashed the East Coast.
Installation view of Raymond Pettibon’s No Title (Palinurus, a skillful) in Love Story - Works from Erling Kagge’s Collection at Astrup Fearnley Museum (Oslo, Norway).
Shellac, The Bird Is the Most Popular Finger, insert included with the record
Shellac, The Bird Is the Most Popular Finger, back cover with photograph attached
Shellac, The Bird Is the Most Popular Finger, back cover with photograph removed
Gym by night
Near Heidelberg, Germany
Magazine on a train
Screen capture from “Collateral Murder” (8:34 of 17:46) released by WikiLeaks April 5, 2010.
Still from a video documenting the death of Eric Garner on July 17, 2014. Screen capture by Guy Witzel.
Raymond Pettibon. No Title (Palinurus, a skillful). 1999. Pencil and ink on paper. 40.6 x 27.9 cm.