The Digital Image and Memory: Talks at TPG this September

The Digital Image and Memory: Talks at TPG this September

5 – 15 September 2011 18:30

This series is co-organised by The Photographers’ Gallery, Olga Smith, Temporary Teaching Fellow in History of Photography, University of St Andrews, and Daniel Rubinstein, London South Bank University.

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5 – 15 September 2011 18:30

This series of six experimental talks takes a deeper look into our relationship with digital photography. How do we understand this imagery in relation to time, memory and culture? How is our physical relationship with photography changing in this digital era?

Over the two weeks of talks artists, academics and philosophers present new research for discussion, opening up unfixed ideas for debate.

All talks are free and take place at Yumchaa, 45 Berwick Street, London W1F 8SF, booking essential.

Click on each of the events below to find out more and book:

Ana-Materialism & the Pineal Eye: Prof Johnny Golding
Monday 5 September, 18.30

Digital Scale: Enlargement and Intelligibility: Dr Rachel Wells
Tuesday 6 September, 18.30

Digital Delay: Dr Damian Sutton
Thursday 8 September, 18.30

Tagging and Sequencing: Daniel Rubinstein
Tuesday 13 September, 18.30

The Moving Still: Prof Janet Harbord
Wednesday 14 September, 18.30

The Archive and the Networked Image: Katrina Sluis
Thursday 15 September, 18.30

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