In the end, experimentation in art is about trying things you never have before. It is about exploring the possible, rather than relying on the tried-and-true techniques you have already mastered.
And in your artistic practice, bringing together these two realms (which are new to you and which you are practicing) ultimately produces, once in a while, the most important kind of work - the kind that changes how people make art for generations. Yet when that happens, your breakthroughs will no longer be considered “experimental art.”
I encourage everyone reading this to let this spirit run wild in your studio. You never know where it might take you!
What do you think about experimental photography and experimentation in art? I would love to hear your thoughts on this fascinating topic!
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