Undisciplining Photography Symposium invites photographers and researchers to engage in debates on the potential of photography in contemporary visuality.
What can we do with photography across disciplines: in and outside aesthetical, societal and political
spaces? To what new horizons can we disclose the medium?
What conventions should we leave behind to open up a photographic
practice beyond the boundaries that have already been set to it? To what political, historical and social roots can we trace these boundaries back?
What issues determine our lives today? How do you approach them visually? What decisions have shaped your visual strategies?
The symposium is divided into 5 thematic sections:
· Dirty Pictures ·
Unlearning Imperialism · Persons & Structures ·
Unforgettable Loss · Entangled Landscape