Between Camera & Network: Art and Documentation in Post-Photographic Culture

Between Camera & Network: Art and Documentation in Post-Photographic Culture is a series of talks at The Photographers’ Gallery over three weeks in March involving artists, curators, photographers, conservators, educators, technologists and museum professionals. Each talk explores a different aspect of the changing role of photography in art and digital culture, focusing on a range of approaches to documentation both inside and outside the museum.

With and Without Walls: Photographic Reproduction and the Art Museum
Thursday 4 March, 18.00
Michelle Henning & Ben St. John 

Collecting Social Media
Thursday 11 March, 18.00
Natalie Kane & Anni Wallenius 

Documenting the Ruins of the Web
Thursday 18 March, 18.00
Olia Lialina & Ofri Cnaani

Part of Documenting Digital Art, an AHRC funded research project and partnership between University of Exeter, CSNI/London South Bank University, Australian National University, LIMA (Amsterdam) and The Photographers’ Gallery, London.

image: Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenscheid, One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age.