From “Misunderstandings (A Theory of Photography),” 1970, Mel Bochner. When Bochner realized his work had become about photography without him meaning it to, he did some research: “[T]he more I read, the more I began to see it all as a colossal misunderstanding. So I started compiling a set of misunderstandings.” And: ”In a portfolio of nine photo offset prints on white lined notecard, Bochner compiled a selection of quotes relating to photography and included three that were fakes. Those were then placed in a manilla envelope with one offset printed photograph.“ Much more to explore.