PhotoResearcher 33: Moving Beyond Myths: Institutional Experiences of Expanded Photography

This issue of PhotoResearcher explores how digitally-informed photographic practices have transformed experiences and functions of cultural institutions. Interrogating the shifting value systems provoked by expanded photography, the issue reflects on the variable roles and outcomes of (post-)photographic image cultures in institutional environments.

Guest Editor: Catherine Troiano

Catherine Troiano, Ulla Fischer-Westhauser, Uwe Schögl: Editorial

Franziska Kunze: The Digital Body: An Introspection of the Mediation of Expanded Photographic Practices

Natalie Kane in Interview with Catherine Troiano: Not Just a Fad: The Role of Digital Design in Image Culture

Catherine Troiano: An Institutional Understanding: Exploring Practices of Exhibiting Expanded Photography

Bronwen Colquhoun: Photography, Collections and Communities: Framing Knowledge on Flickr The Commons

Ariel Caine: Walking the Image: On the Ontology and Counter Dominant Practices of the Emergent Spatial Photograph

Rose Menkman: Whiteout

Béla Tamás Kónya: Settings > Updates. The Variable Strategy of the Twenty-First Century Museum

Kai Mewes: Moving Beyond Visibility. The Value of Invisible Numbers in Cultural Heritage Imaging

Christina Radner: The Different Appearances and Roles of Photographic Images in the Ars Electronica Archive

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Reference:
TOC: PhotoResearcher 33: Moving Beyond Myths: Institutional Experiences of Expanded Photography. In: ArtHist.net, Mar 25, 2020 (accessed Jul 5, 2020), <https://arthist.net/archive/22899>.

Contributor: Caroline Fuchs, München

Contribution published: Mar 25, 2020

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