no its just photography
it could be any thing you want
the truth can be staged
pic related is an image by Jeff Wall >Jeff Wall based this elaborately staged photograph on the prologue of Ralph Ellison’s celebrated 1952 novel, Invisible Man. The novel’s protagonist, an unnamed African American man, relates that he lives secretly “in my hole in the basement,” where he has “wired the entire ceiling, every inch of it” with 1,369 lights powered by illegally siphoned off electricity. In addition to the prologue, Wall drew from other parts of Invisible Man and his own imagination to create this scene. His intention was not to make a literal illustration of the text, but to give form to the picture it inspired in his mind, which he calls “accidents of reading.” As he has explained, many of his images begin “from accidents in the street—events I witnessed by chance. These pictures are like that, except that the accident occurred when I happened to be reading a book. I had the same feeling reading […] that I have had many times when seeing something occur on the street or in some other place, a feeling that an opportunity for a picture was presented to me.”1https://www.moma.org/learn/moma_learning/jeff-wall-after-invisible-man-by-ralph-ellison-the-prologue-1999-2000-printed-2001/
see Jeff Wall's work if you are into photography theory or literary fiction photography or whatever you wanna call it.
photography is photography.
Lewis Baltz defines photography as "a profound corner that sits in between literature and film.">Jeff Wall Interview: Pictures Like Poemshttps://youtu.be/HkVSEVlqYUw>Larry Sultan: The Truth can be Stagedhttps://youtu.be/mYDjh0tj7vg