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The culture of photography in public space

Author: Anne Marsh; Melissa Miles; Daniel Palmer, (Professor of art)
Publisher: Bristol, UK : Intellect Books, 2015. ©2015
Series: Critical photography series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Photography as an art has become complex terrain upon which anxieties about public space have been played out. Yet the photographic threat is not limited to the image alone. A range of social, technological, and political issues converge in these rising anxieties and affect the practice, circulation, and consumption of contemporary public photography today. The culture of photography in public space collects essays  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Livres numériques
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Marsh; Melissa Miles; Daniel Palmer, (Professor of art)
ISBN: 1783204605 9781783204601
OCLC Number: 1335027848
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (191 pages) : illustrations (certaines encouleur).
Contents: Cover; Half-title; Copyright; Title; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction; REFERENCES; NOTES; Chapter 1: Standing on Shifting Ground: Privacy and Photography in Public; INTRODUCTION; THE "RIGHT" TO PRIVACY AND PHOTOGRAPHY; DEFINING PRIVACY; PRIVACY, THE INDIVIDUAL AND PHOTOGRAPHY; THE CAMERA, THE SELF AND PRIVACY; PHOTOGRAPHY AND ITS PUBLICS; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; NOTES; Chapter 2: Tilt; Chapter 3: "No Credible Photographic Interest": Photography Restrictions and Surveillance in a Time ofTerror; PHOTOGRAPHY AND ANXIETY: SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL. BEYOND BINARIES: GENDER AND ART BEYOND HENSONREFERENCES; NOTES; Chapter 6: The Sleepers and Trafalgar Square; Chapter 7: Criminalizing "Camera Fiends": Photography Restrictions in the Age of Digital Reproduction; "CAMERA FIENDS": PHOTOGRAPHY AND ANXIETY IN THE 1800s; ON "THINGS THAT NEED TO BE HIDDEN": THE PUBLIC AND THE PRIVATE; PHOTOGRAPHIC INJURIES; REFERENCES; NOTES; Chapter 8: In the Event of Amnesia the City will Recall; Chapter 9: The Face in Digital Space; FACIAL HISTORY; FACIAL VELOCITY; FACIAL VECTORIZATION; FACIALPRIVATIZATION; REFERENCES; NOTES. Chapter 10: From Sixteen Google Street ViewsChapter 11: Google Street View and Photography in Public Space; GOOGLE STREET VIEW; PHOTOGRAPHIC RESPONSES TO STREET VIEW; JON RAFMAN: WITNESSING ON STREET VIEW; CONCLUSIONS;REFERENCES; NOTES; Further Reading; Contributors; BackCover. NO CREDIBLE PHOTOGRAPHIC INTEREST: IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHINGPHOTOGRAPHY RESTRICTIONS AND THE STATUS OF THE CONTEMPORARY EXCEPTION; ARTISTIC AND POLITICAL RESPONSES; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; NOTES; Chapter 4: Street View/Interface; Chapter 5: Bill Henson and the Polemics of the Nude Child in Photography; ART CONTROVERSIES ABOUT CHILDREN AND SEXUALITY; THE BILL HENSON CONTROVERSY; THE CASE AGAINST; THE CASE FOR; CHILDREN'S RIGHTS: PARTICIPATION VS. PROTECTION; PUBLIC SPACE: THE INVITATION AND THE INTERNET;GENDER, AUTHORSHIP AND PORNOGRAPHY.
Series Title: Critical photography series.
Responsibility: edited by Anne Marsh,Melissa Miles and Daniel Palmer.

Abstract:

Photography as an art has become complex terrain upon which anxieties about public space have been played out. Yet the photographic threat is not limited to the image alone. A range of social, technological, and political issues converge in these rising anxieties and affect the practice, circulation, and consumption of contemporary public photography today. The culture of photography in public space collects essays and photographs that offer a newresponse to these restrictions and to the anxieties that give rise to them.

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