Introduction to Image Datasets

CSNI researcher Nicolas Malevé has published “An Introduction to Image Datasets” for The Photographer’s Gallery’s Unthinking Photography platform. It presents some key concepts and questions that make the computer vision dataset an object of concern for photographic practitioners and institutions.

“The scale of contemporary datasets, the speed at …

ImageNet Birthday Party

CSNI’s Nicolas Malevé participated in ImageNet Birthday Party with guest of honour Dr. Fei-Fei Li (Stanford University), and chaired by Prof Alan Blackwell (University of Cambridge). ImageNet has become one of the most influential visual datasets in the fields of Deep Learning and AI. More than 14 million photographs were …

Scales of Resistance

Daniel Alexander completed a film, tilted Scales of Resistance, which was the output of two years practice based research with Scientists at the University of Nottingham and a 3D visualisation practice called Scan Lab Projects. The scientists have developed medical devices that combat Antibiotic Resistance, and the film developed …

Curating Photography in the Networked Image Economy

From 1st December 2018, the CSNI researcher Katrina Sluis will be undertaking a Swiss National Science Foundation funded research project “Curating Photography in the Networked Image Economy” in collaboration with Dr Wolfgang Brückle, Lucerne University of Applied Arts and Sciences, Fotomuseum Winterthur, FotoColectania and The Photographers’ Gallery

Operation Earnest Voice

Over 4 days in January 2019, CSNI researcher Katrina Sluis worked with the artist Jonas Lund to transform the 3rd Floor of The Photographers’ Gallery into an influencing office tasked with reversing Brexit. Part installation, part performance, part working think tank, Operation Earnest Voice aimed to explore and interrogate the numerous tools, methods and strategies used to influence …