Focusing on the relationship between the photographic arts and writing at a time when each medium is in flux, As Yet Untitled: Artists and Writers in Collaboration was an experimental proposition for an exhibition at SF Camerawork (January 6 - April 16, 2011) as well as an accompanying catalogue. What happens when photographers and writers are brought together and asked to collaborate? One can only imagine, hence the project's title. Artists and writers whose diverse practices intersected through shared concerns with photography and writing were invited to participate by producing projects that explore these mediums as they experience a similar push toward the use of new technologies. The collaborators who agreed to participate provided a series of responses to the investigation of a photographic and written union. The participating artists and writers, Leigh Illion, and SF Camerawork collectively organized this project. Featuring collaborative projects by: Anne Colvin and Stuart Krimko; Colter Jacobsen and Dodie Bellamy with Publication Studio; Nonsite Collective; Matt Lipps and Nona Caspers; RJ Muna and Guillermo Gómez-Peña with La Pocha Nostra; and David Horvitz with Zach Houston and Ed Steck.