Posts Tagged ‘New photography’
The New Colonialism of the Digital Image
The emergence of the digital economy might appear to be a matter of secondary significance, just another incidental inflection in the history of our lives. But a closer look reveals a tectonic repositioning of our culture and the economy redefining the social, cultural, and epistemic ground on which we stand.
October 10th, 2022
Truth, The First Casualty
Conflict photography considered as bellwether for the dawning understanding of digital imagery as a new medium
September 21st, 2018
The Next Revolution In Photography
Just as there’s a time to stop talking about girls and boys and to talk instead about women and men so it is with photography; something has changed so radically that we need to talk about it differently, think of it differently and approach it differently.
August 24th, 2015
Photographs Are No Longer Things, They’re Experiences
The swift pace at which we create images is only matched by the pace at which we discard them and yet, paradoxically, we’ve never been more engaged with images.
November 15th, 2012
From Memory To Experience: The Smartphone, A Digital Bridge
The legacy of cubism that was absorbed by popular culture through the Twentieth Century was harnessed by Hockey in his joiners and is finding a vernacular voice in the Smartphone as the social media community intuitively adopts the principle of taking multiple fragments and stitching them together in our minds.
September 22nd, 2012