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Announcing the launch of Photomediations: An Open Book

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PHOTOMEDIATIONS: AN OPEN BOOK http://photomediationsopenbook.net/ Trailer: https://vimeo.com/124738389 We are pleased to announce the launch of Photomediations: An Open Book. The project redesigns a coffee-table book as an online experience to produce a creative resource that explores the dynamic relationship between photography and other media. Photomediations: An Open Book uses open (libre) content, drawn from various…

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‘Two Ways of Life’ Symposium and Portfolio Development Day


Image: Oscar Gustave Rejlander “Two Ways of Life” 1857 Coming up next month… Interested in exploring and discussing analogue/digital or ‘post-photography’ then you might find this event interesting? I will talking about some of the ideas and projects that I have had the privilege to work on over the past few years. This is the…

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Talking new mindsets for photographers in a digital era


The Social: SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS Thursday 20th June 2013, 18:30 The Photographers’ Gallery,16 – 18 Ramillies St, London W1F 7LW The Social is a regular bar night organised with The British Journal of Photography offering tips and advice in the world of photography. Enjoy a drink and listen to two specialists give advice about…

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Photomediations Machine


We are pleased to announce the launch of Photomediations Machine (http://www.photomediationsmachine.net): a curated online space where the dynamic relations of mediation as performed in photography and other media can be encountered, experienced and engaged. Photomediations Machine adopts a process-based approach to image making by tracing the technological, biological, cultural, social and political flows of mediation…

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#phonar (Photography and Narrative) is a JISC Funded BA Hons third year undergraduate class run by Jonathan Worth and Matt Johnston at Coventry University in the UK under the guidance of Jonathan Shaw. The degree course’s core tenet is the “development of a sustainable practice”, key to which is the investigation of contemporary photographic practices…

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