We are imperfect in every possible way. Photography’s most important contribution to understanding the world around us may come from its ability to explore imperfection in a broadminded conceptual manner, celebrating its power to inspire and exposing its potential for raw cruelty. 

I do not speak here of that traditional form of expression known as photojournalism, but of other more intangible and abstract excursions into the darkness of imperfection. The degree to which photography is open to such investigation and the extent to which it accepts other forms of expression (video, audio and performance) as partners in an ever-growing interactive environment may very well define its future relevance.