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Photography as Critical Practice

Author: David Bate
Publisher: Intellect Books, 2021
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

A collection that combines visual works with critical essays around the theme of everyday life to explore the concept of otherness and highlight photography as a form of critical practice. Put  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Bate
ISBN: 9781789381986 1789381983
OCLC Number: 1232504318
Contents: Introduction Critical Practice PART 1: SPATIAL STORIES Perfect Harmony Discovery (1998) Photography as Colonial Vision Train up a ChildEuropean Letters Strangers Baroque Space and BoredomPolitics of Friendship (1998) The Digital Age Zero Culture (2000)Interview: Elina Ruka - Art Without Coincidences PART 2: OTHER SPACESPlaces of Memories, Places to Change, Katrin KivimaaZone The Other Side of SeeingSyntax of a PhotoworkBeauty of the Horrid Notes on Beauty and Landscape De-Realization (2005)Space of the Other (2006)Parveen Adams - The Broken ImageBungled Memories AFTERWORDThe Uncanny Observed, Liz Wells
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