“The intertwining of art and commercial photography is nowhere
more evident than in the genre of still life” - David Campany
From 17th century Dutch Still-Lifes, to Cezanne and Magritte, to today’s camera robots, the objects depicted have always existed within a context and support--hidden just out of frame.
That space is the set: a surface, a table, a 4x4 plywood, a plexiglas sheet, a light box, a shelf, a wall. Something.