Introducing each discussion with an idea from a novel by Dostoevsky, these evening discussions will offer participants a chance to consider their own approaches to photography as a method of thinking. David will outline how his own research contributes to his practice, combining challenging questions about the essences of the medium with (relatively…) approachable references to literature, music and film these talks are suitable for anyone who wants to reflect on the way they view and make photographs.
There are 4 sessions in the course, starting Tuesday April 26. Your purchase of one ticket entitles you to attend all 4 lectures in the series.
April 26: Photographs from the House of the Dead.
What is a photograph? How do we “read” photographs, and how does the way we look at photographs influence the way we make photographs?
May 3: Photographers/Demons
What is a photographer? What do photographers do and what does what they do, do?!
May 10: Underground Photography
What type of activity is photography? What are we talking about when we talk about photography?
May 17: Photographic Insults
What do we think about when we think photographically, rather than thinking as photographers?
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