By Jacob Schiller
There are certain objects we look at constantly but never acknowledge. We stare at computer screens and chalkboards for hours on end, for example, but it’s the information they convey that draws our attention, not the objects themselves.
Photographer Meggan Gould flips this equation with Surface Tension. Gould has long used her camera to highlight the seemingly invisible things around us, and her newest work examines one of the most prolific, and overlooked, objects of our times: Touchscreens.
“I feel like there are a lot of very standard ways of looking at the world and I have this desire to make us stop and look a little harder,” says Gould, an assistant professor of photography at the University of New Mexico. “I want people to look at what we aren’t looking at.”…
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