'Luminant Point Arrays' Captures Turned-Off TVs

By: Michael Hines - Published: Mar 30, 2011 • References: stephantillmans & buzzfeed
'Luminant Point Arrays' by Stephan Tillman is a photo series that focuses specifically on what happens when you turn your TV off. Tillman focused his lens on televisions and captured their screens at the exact moment they were turned off to "broach the issue of the difference between abstraction and concretion in photography."

Although Tillman's explanation of 'Luminant Point Arrays' might take a while to digest, I still find this photo series fascinating. These photos are all pretty different which makes you wonder what differentiates one TV's off switch from another. If you have always seen TVs as boxes of potential art rather than objects of entertainment, then you won't want to miss Stephan Tillman's 'Luminant Point Arrays.' Stats for Artistic Television Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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