Friday, May 03, 2013
"British artist David Hockney is also a master at fusing multiple photographs. He moves his camera across a landscape or a person, constantly snapping the shutter, and then assembles the photographs into a patchwork image.

The underlying workings remain visible in Hockney's work. Wall's photographs, however, are gliding swans whose paddling feet are hidden.

Wall admires Hockney's work but doesn't believe Hockney likes his.

'He thinks my way is a starchy academic way,' Wall says. 'My view is there are no rules, and there can always be something good.'"

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