A.I. Disruption – presentation and workshop with paula roush

Presentation and workshop by paula roush at the Photobook Week Aarhus, this year under the theme Future Revisited, to shape a new discourse around things such as Climate Change and Artificial Intelligence. Full details can be found at https://photobookweek.org/updates/pwa-ai-workshop-program/.

Online presentation + Q&A: “A.I. Disruption: Exploring Experimental Photobook Publishing with …

The Lure of the Image

Marco de Mutiis (Fotomuseum Winterthur, and a CSNI researcher) has organised an evening event on Friday, 21 July 2023, 18.00 – 21.00, at V&A South Kensington, Room 99, The Digital Gallery, Photography Centre. Free event. More details at https://www.fotomuseum.ch/en/events-post/performances-und-talks-the-lure-of-the-image-screen-bodies/

How and why are we seduced by images? What draws us …

Call for new funded PhD in collaboration with The Photographers’ Gallery

Centre for the Study of the Networked Image (CSNI) at London South Bank University in collaboration with The Photographers’ Gallery, London, invites applications for a fully-funded PhD scholarship to commence September 2023. Deadline for applications is 10 March.

Image and text: Semiosis of the photographic image in networked culture (Ref: SEMIOSIS-ACI)

Curating the Networked Image: Between computation and commodification

Presentation by Associate Professor Katrina Sluis, Head of Photography and Media Arts, School of Art & Design (and CSNI co-Director), Tuesday 17 May 2022, 1–2pm (AEST, so 04.00am UK time, aargh!). Lecture Theatre (room 1.02), Sir Roland Wilson Building, 120 McCoy Circuit, ANU. Register at https://soad.cass.anu.edu.au/events/katrina-sluis-curating-networked-image-between-computation-commodification. Those who can’t …

Call for Proposals – Levels of Life: Photography, Imaging and the Vertical Perspective

The trans-disciplinary conference invites both presentations of practice-based work and papers, that investigate how images made on the vertical axis are encountered, interpreted, decoded, created and utilised, to explore the ways in which they have changed, or could change, the world.

“You put together two things that have not been put …