Friday 4 December, 7pm @ The Photographers’ Gallery, London
Although two decades have passed since the digital ‘death’ of photography, it persists as a cultural form, animated by the practices of cultural institutions, the tech industry and the wider public.
This panel will explore the limits and possibilities of photography as a singular medium within museum culture and as the distributed image in network culture. How are older questions concerning the authenticity, agency and value of images based on the analogue being reconfigured by computational systems? What are the implications for archiving, exhibition, preservation and curation?
Panelists include the artists Thomson and Craighead, Andrew Dewdney (London South Bank University), Annet Dekker (Tate/Piet Zwart Institute) and Katrina Sluis (The Photographers’ Gallery/London South Bank University)
FREE, But please RSVP at Eventbrite
Image credit: Penelope Umbrico, Suns (From Sunsets) from Flickr, 2006-ongoing