Rose Osborne has a long-standing practice of stock film photography, developing and printing. Her work is both documentary and abstract. With 25 years’ experience as both a photographer and artist, Rose is currently focusing her practice to address the crossroad at which photography finds itself with respect to traditional understandings of what constitutes photographic art.
Digital technologies such as smart phones are challenging traditional modes of image making and redefining photographic practice. Karinthy’s Conversations offers a practice-based contribution to discourse concerned with legitimising the iPhone as a valid device for producing images of artistic merit.