The act of photography invites the world to converge onto a single geometric point. Time and space appear to be reduced to produce the photograph. Etymologically speaking, the word ‘photography’ contains an inherent contrast of nature and culture. ‘Photo’ signifies light and ‘graphy’ references mark making. Beyond its physical condition, photography’s discourse is reliant on contextual formations, mediated by written and spoken language. Irrespective of any technological shifts that confront the medium, photography continually returns to an art form of .