The Living Image: Falmouth Flexible Photography Symposium 2019

Alexander, Jesse ORCID logoORCID:, McLeod, Gary, Cosgrove, Steph, Sank, Michelle, McMurdo, Wendy ORCID logoORCID:, Fontoura, Catarina, Brett, Karen and Pfab, Anna-Maria (2019) The Living Image: Falmouth Flexible Photography Symposium 2019. [Conference]

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Abstract / Summary

Whenever the photograph is shared it casts out a limb and clings to a new current of significance. While there may still be territories where its liberties are curtailed, there are many more where it thrives rampantly, and even threatens indigenous imagery. The goal is survival and it will shift, expand, transfigure, and even shed its glassy skin to keep it that way. As far as we know, there is no limit to what it can do, and we are way out of our depth if we think ourselves risk-free. If there is a so-called 'sea of images,' then we would do well to remember that there must also be a food-chain.

Item Type: Conference
Subjects: Arts > Photography
Courses by Department: The Institute of Photography > Photography
Depositing User: Jesse Alexander
Date Deposited: 07 Nov 2019 14:25
Last Modified: 11 Nov 2022 16:24


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