Category: Conference

Re-evaluation in Feminism and Contemporary Art at Middlesex University, London

Re-evaluation in Feminism and Contemporary Art is a one-day (hybrid) international conference discussing new research in feminism and contemporary art. Organised by Create/Feminisms, this conference (hybrid format) at Middlesex University aims to explore new directions in feminist research.  The three keynote speakers are: Jacqueline Millner (Australia), title tbc (online from Sydney); Oksana Bruikhovetska (Ukraine) ‘We Read More

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Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA), in partnership with Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), announces today highlights of the 2024 WOPHA Congress—a groundbreaking photography conference, exhibition series, and creative convening, taking place across South Florida. The second edition of the Congress, titled “How Photography Teaches Us to Live Now,” presents the indelible contribution of women and Read More

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Photography in Virtual Culture at The Photographers Gallery

The last decade has seen a clear shift in the operational frameworks for the production, dissemination and consumption of photographs in contemporary computerised societies. The representational apparatus of photography is being progressively converted into algorithmic and generative processes through computer automation, connectivity and algorithmic control.

Recent developments of AI systems and expanded technologies exponentially transform the Read More

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Museum Dialogues, Exhibiting, Collecting and Activating Photography

Photography’s multifaceted nature and expanded field of operations and the sheer volume of photographs existing in both physical and online realms present significant challenges for 21st century museums.

This 12-month research network aspires to transcend the disciplinary boundaries of art history, visual culture, photography, new media, museum and curating studies and bridge theory and practice. It Read More

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Conference: Extractivism / Activism at Autograph

The arts have long been concerned with highlighting the ongoing histories of resource extraction and its repercussions. This event brings together researchers, artists, designers and activists from a range of backgrounds to consider local projects in intersectional, granular detail. Collectively, we will reevaluate the relationship between the arts, extraction and activism – both historically and Read More

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