In Focus: Photography in Romania
Moving Beyond Myths: Institutional Experiences of Expanded Photography
This issue of PhotoResearcher explores how digitally-informed photographic practices have transformed experiences and functions of cultural institutions. Interrogating the shifting value systems provoked by expanded photography, the issue reflects on the variable roles and outcomes of (post-)photographic image cultures in institutional environments.
Looking at Photography now.
40 Years ESHPh
Photographs in Motion.
Circulating Images of Asia around 1900
Photography & Film
The City and the Territory – Imagining Cairo and Egypt
Playing the Photograph
Migration as Agitation – The Photographic Beyond the Image
The essays in this issue direct their focus towards intermedial, as well as interpictorial, forays along the borderlines of the photographic and examine the potentials inherent to these explorations: for example, their ability to theorize about photography beyond dual conceptual systems, to shift fixed geographic and media-specific notions of delimitation, or to dynamize (re)orderings of photographic images – not least in the field of the arts.