Wednesday 1 December 2010, 6.15pm
at Centre for Contemporary Photography.
Gold-coin donation, no bookings required.
Presented by the Faculty of Art & Design, Monash University
What are the relations involved in the global production of photographs? In what ways are new technologies influencing, shaping or impinging on these relations? Does photography have a specific place in globalisation? Are some kinds of photography more global than others?
Is Photography Global? aims to begin an international conversation among critics, historians and practitioners of photography on global thinking within the discipline.
Paul James (Director of the Globalism Institute, RMIT), Natalie King (curator/writer) and Matthew Sleeth (artist) will discuss issues around the global production, distribution and local reception of photographs. Led by David Bate (University of Westminster, London) and Daniel Palmer (Monash University, Melbourne).
For a recording of Daniel Palmer's lecture, click here MP3, 7MB
For a recording of David Bate's lecture, click here MP3, 6.4MB
For a recording of Paul James' lecture, click here MP3, 13.5MB
For a recording of Natalie King's lecture, click here MP3, 14.5MB
For a recording of Matthew Sleeth's lecture, click here MP3, 10.1MB