The Versatile Image
Photography, Digital Technologies and the Internet
Edited by Alexandra Moschovi, Carol Mc Kay, and Arabella Plouviez
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Edited volume - paperback
New insights into the shifting cultures of today’s ‘hypervisual’ digital universe
With the advent of digital technologies and the Internet, photography can, at last, fulfill its promise and forgotten potential as both a versatile medium and an adaptable creative practice. This multidisciplinary volume provides new insights into the shifting cultures affecting the production, collection, usage, and circulation of photographic images on interactive World Wide Web platforms.
This publication is GPRC-labeled (Guaranteed Peer-Reviewed Content).
Contributors: Stuart Allan (Bournemouth University), David Bate (University of Westminster), David Campbell (University of Sunderland/Durham University), Bronwen Colquhoun (Victoria and Albert Museum), Mia Fineman (Metropolitan Museum of Art), Areti Galani (Newcastle University), Janda Gooding (Australian War Memorial), Dr Loplop (independent), Paolo Magagnoli (University College London), Nicholas Muellner (Ithaca College), Caitlin Patrick (King’s College London), Mikko Villi (University of Helsinki), Rachel Wells (Newcastle University), Meir Wigoder (Sapir College and Tel Aviv University).
PART I DIGITAL CON VERGENCES AND NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC ONTOLOGIES
Format: Edited volume - paperback
Size: 230 × 170 × 15 mm
Publication: January 6, 2014
Stock item number: 83797
Arabella Plouviez is Head of Photography in the Northern Centre of Photography and Research Leader for Art and Design at the University of Sunderland.
Carol McKay is Senior Lecturer in Photographic Theory in the Northern Centre of Photography, University of Sunderland, and project manager of the North East Photography Network.