|Chapter title||Showing and Telling: Narrative Photography from Pictures to Parafictions|
This chapter (5,350 words) provides an overview of the development of narrative photography from the 1970s to the present, with a focus on work from the United States. The essay draws on semiotics, literary theory and in particular narratology to investigate narrative photography's push and pull between showing and telling, or in Aristotle’s terms mimesis and diegesis.
|Book title||Telling Tales: Contemporary Narrative Photography|
|Publisher||McNay Museum (San Antonio, Texas)|
|Marquand Books (Seattle, Washington)|
|Published in print||Sep 2016|
|Place of publication||Seattle, Washington|