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Fragmentation of the Photographic Image in Digital Age

Rubinstein, Daniel (2019) Fragmentation of the Photographic Image in Digital Age. Routledge History of Photography . Routledge / Taylor Francis, UK. ISBN 113849349X

Type of Research: Book
Creators: Rubinstein, Daniel

Fragmentation of the Photographic Image in the Digital Age challenges orthodoxies of photographic theory and practice. Beyond understanding the image as a static representation of reality, it shows photography as a linchpin of dynamic developments in augmented intelligence, neuroscience, critical theory and cybernetic cultures. Through essays by leading philosophers, political theorists, software artists, media researchers, curators, and experimental programmers, photography emerges not as a mimetic or a recording device but simultaneously as a new type of critical discipline and a new artform that stands at the crossroads of visual art, contemporary philosophy and digital technologies.

Other Contributors:
Other (author)Colerbrook, Claire
Other (Author)Azoulay, Ariella
Other (Author)Trangmar, Susan
Other (Author)Naldi, Pat
Other (Author)Tuck, Sarah
Other (Author)Van-Essen, Yael Eylat
Other (Author)Rubinstein, Daniel
Other (Author)Menkman, Rosa
Other (Author)Brassett, Jamie
Other (Author)Avanessian, Armen
Other (Author)Hennig, Anke
Other (Author)Benjamin, Andrew
Other (Author)Nechvatal, Joseph
Other (Author)Mullarkey, John
Other (Author)Poderabarc, Anamarija Ami
Other (Author)Golding, Johnny
Official Website: https://www.routledge.com/Fragmentation-of-the-Photographic-Image-in-the-Digital-Age/Rubinstein/p/book/9781138493490
Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed: humanities, philosophy, aesthetics, philosophy of art, computer science, computer graphics and visualisation, internet and multimedia, arts and visual culture, contemporary art, history of art, theory of art, digital collage and painting, digital imaging, theory
Publisher/Broadcaster/Company: Routledge / Taylor Francis
Your affiliations with UAL: Colleges > Central Saint Martins
Date: 10 October 2019
Date Deposited: 08 Jul 2019 15:29
Last Modified: 26 Feb 2020 11:07
Item ID: 14631
URI: https://ualresearchonline.arts.ac.uk/id/eprint/14631

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