From John Dagostino’s The Treachery of Images:

Perhaps the work of contemporary artist Bill Armstrong is a case in point for the strange, suggestive power of the blur, and for photography’s unique ability to mirror the effects of blindness. For Armstrong’s work makes literal use of the blurred vision we think an artist like Degas was forced to suffer from—and in many cases, possibly also benefit from, adapt to, and overcome.

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