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January 13, 2019 · Leave a comment

geomedia conference 2019: revisiting the home

Originally posted on visual/method/culture:
I’m coming to the end of my first visit to Karlstad University as the Ander Visiting Professor of Geomedia. It’s been a fun two…

September 27, 2018 · Leave a comment

Visual Scholarship against CAGES: RABIA TIERNA

Today #IVSA2018 started in Evry with a dialogue/keynote of four visual sociologists, two from France and two from the USA. Among the themes discussed, the ethos and aims of the … Continue reading

June 25, 2018 · Leave a comment

21 stories 21 days: 18th July

Originally posted on Oral Testimony Works:
I am useful for society, I am equal to someone who is not infected ‘I wanted to work to sustain my family. But when…

January 17, 2018 · Leave a comment

How social media videos turn children into viral sensations

Originally posted on wishcrys:
Moshimoshi folks! I’m thrilled to share this radio interview featuring my colleague Tama Leaver and I speaking with ABC RN Life Matters on young children in…

September 12, 2017 · Leave a comment

She Who Tells a Story – Contemporary photography from Iran and the Arab World

The exhibition “She Who Tells a Story” features over 80 photographs and video installations by twelve female artists from the Arab World. The focus of the exhibition and the selection of work was highly political. It preceded this time of even more extreme racism, bigotry and  misogyny in the US (and beyond). The currency of the show is undeniable as it is the urgency of revisiting it.

August 24, 2017 · Leave a comment

Rodaje del documental “Amar en Libertad”

Originally posted on La Directora de Cine:
“Amar en libertad” es un documental de carácter divulgativo sobre el poliamor y relaciones no convencionales. El principal objetivo es dar a conocer…

August 8, 2017 · Leave a comment

ORF Kulturmontag: Medienmacht der Blogger

The power of prosumers!

May 24, 2017 · Leave a comment

Interview: James William Murray

Originally posted on The Miniclick Photo Talks:
James William Murray uses photography as part of a multi-disciplinary practice. After speaking about his work for us at April’s talk about photography and sculpture, we…

May 9, 2017 · Leave a comment


Originally posted on Repeating Islands:
Many thanks to Leah Gordon for sharing this call for the 5th Ghetto Biennale 2017: A Cartography of Port-au-Prince, which takes place from the November 24…

April 18, 2017 · Leave a comment

Cine y mujeres en la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Originally posted on La Directora de Cine:
La Asociación de Mujeres de la UC3M organiza el Taller de Cine de Mujeres que tendrá lugar el martes, 7 de marzo de…

March 6, 2017 · Leave a comment

Dog holidays and Lost Jpgs by Riccardo Nava

This is a photo-album dedicated exclusively to a pet: Oliver, a somehow lonely looking Spanish Cocker. Created by Riccardo Nava from a found album in Berlin.

Wanting to hear more about photographers working with found images. Get in touch!

February 20, 2017 · Leave a comment

Delicate and strong. Dreams and travels. Kitamura and Araki.

About Kitamura’s transience, absence, dream-like images and “Sentimental Journey” by Nobuyoshi Araki.

What is photography about? What do photographers need to capture? What is YOUR photography about?

January 9, 2017 · 2 Comments

Families, emotions and new media. On John Clang.

The process of taking the photographs that constitute John Clang’s “Being Together” is very emotive, profoundly moving. Feelings and emotions are generated by it. Although the title suggests that the work is about physical contact and about sharing spaces, the focus and the ethos of it is in fact about a state of mind, about a mood, about a shared emotional state that exceeds spatial and temporal barriers.

December 25, 2016 · 2 Comments

Talking About Paying For Sex

The spectator is confronted by arguments for and against the sex industry, opposing views coming simultaneously at you from each ear. This clash of audible viewpoints confuses the spectator, reflecting the complexity of the sex industry debate, while at the same time contrasting with the sharper, 3D visual account presented through the stereoscope. The sum of this effect is powerful and a bit disorientating, and through it McElveen remains neutral on the subject, allowing the spectator to make their own decisions on the subject.

December 10, 2016 · 3 Comments

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