Questions for the chapter by Geoffrey Batchen "Ectoplasm: Photography In The Digital Age".

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1) According to the article, what are some of the relationships between photography and death?


2) According to the article, how is photography "a visual simultaneity of the fleeting and the eternal"?


3) "Photography's passing must necessarily entail the inscription of another way of seeing- and of being". What does this mean, and why does Batchen say this?