On The Verge of Photography: Imaging Beyond Representation


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Andrew Fisher
Goldsmiths College, University of London
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From publisher's description: "On The Verge of Photography: Imaging Beyond Representation" is a provocative and bold rethinking of photography in light of the digital transformation and its impact on art, culture and society. Addressing the centrality of the digital image to our contemporary life, the fourteen new essays in this collection challenge the traditional categories of photographic theory – that of representation, evidence, documentation and the archive – and offer a fresh approach to its impact on aesthetics, contemporary philosophy and the political. Drawing on the networked human condition of embodiment, social media and bio-politics, 'On the Verge of Photography' offers an invaluable resource for students of visual culture, researches in the field of digital imaging and artists working with new media. Rubinstein, Golding and Fisher co-edited this volume
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