Posts Tagged: photography

Talks

I have two confirmed talks on abduction coming up this spring, one at the XIII NTAG in Reykjavik in April and another at the IV Annual Conference on the New Materialisms in Turku in May (see them on Talks and lectures),

Talks

I have two confirmed talks on abduction coming up this spring, one at the XIII NTAG in Reykjavik in April and another at the IV Annual Conference on the New Materialisms in Turku in May (see them on Talks and lectures),

Old things

A little over a year ago I wrote about film photography on my photography blog (here). I made three points why film is the photographic medium I (still) prefer: While it does take some technical skills to fiddle with film,

Old things

A little over a year ago I wrote about film photography on my photography blog (here). I made three points why film is the photographic medium I (still) prefer: While it does take some technical skills to fiddle with film,

Ruin aesthetics (modern ruins)

The purpose of this post is only to mention that recently I wrote a short piece on ruin aesthetics on my other blog (the one that gets two hits per month instead of the six that this blog enjoys) where

Ruin aesthetics (modern ruins)

The purpose of this post is only to mention that recently I wrote a short piece on ruin aesthetics on my other blog (the one that gets two hits per month instead of the six that this blog enjoys) where

Charles Peirce on photography

I will now be spending a few days working at the 25th International Summer School for Semiotic and Structural Studies (I wonder why they still keep calling it that…) organised by the International Semiotics Institute in Imatra in Eastern Finland.

Charles Peirce on photography

I will now be spending a few days working at the 25th International Summer School for Semiotic and Structural Studies (I wonder why they still keep calling it that…) organised by the International Semiotics Institute in Imatra in Eastern Finland.

Archaeography

Barthes writes about photography and the photograph as two-fold phenomena. On the one hand a photograph can be studied as a still image of the way world really was at the moment the photo was taken. Barthes really thought this

Archaeography

Barthes writes about photography and the photograph as two-fold phenomena. On the one hand a photograph can be studied as a still image of the way world really was at the moment the photo was taken. Barthes really thought this