Sixth international conference After Post-Photography
03-05 June 2021, Online


3 June, online
16.00 – 20.00 – seminar/workshop for emerging researchers
Luis Sandes (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil): The Geometric abstraction trend in Brazilian visual arts and photography: Marcius Galan and Roberto Wagner
Cammie Tipton (University of Houston, USA): Martin Parr and the Legacy of Colonial Photography
Aliona Chekina (European University at St. Petersburg): Photography in late 19th century spiritualistic periodicals
Cristina Moraru (George Enescu National University of the Arts, Romania): After The Era of Post-Photography. Designating New Responsibilities towards an Image Ecology
Marfa Veselova (European University at St Petersburg): The Visual Frame of the Funeral Ritual in Photographs by Yu. A. Galev (24 Photographs from the Open Electronic Archive «Russian Everyday Life»)
Hannah Gadbois (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA):Pro Eto’s Wound: Photomontage and the Constructed Punctum
Anna Zaglyadnova (University of Potsdam, Germany):Pre/Post-apocalypse: The relationship between in game photography and the real

4 June, online
11.00 Welcome
11.15 – 13.15 Panel 1. Becoming Past, Becoming Present. Mediating Time through Photography
Elena Golub (Ural State University): Silver Salts and Pixels: Exploring the Material Boundary of a Photographic Image
Vera Chiquet and Peter Fornaro (Digital Humanities Lab at University of Basel): Uncover the past in historical photographs with future techniques
Ruth Baumeister (Aarhus School of Architecture): The office, in, over and through time
Panel discussion
13.15 – 13.45 Coffee break

13.45 – 15.45 Panel 2. The Ages and Ageing of Photographs
Elena Vivich (Higher School of Economics): Image and code: the complex identity of digital photography
Kate Addleman-Frankel (Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University): Turns toward and away: Histories of early photogravure
Nadezhda Stanulevich (Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography): Timeline correction: economic and creative aspects of the revival of photographic printing processes
Panel discussions

5 June, online
11.00 – 13.00 Panel 3.  Photography, the Self, the Body, and their History
Suryanandini Narain (Jawaharlal Nehru University): Reading Selves into Family Photographs: time and the visual narratives of women
Anna Pravdyuk (Higher School of Economics): Between space and memory in Berlin: how to replace photography
Michaela Hampf (University of Kassel): Evidence, archives, and excess: a Transatlantic history of eugenic photography, 1880-1939
Panel discussion

13.00 – 13.30 Coffee break

13.30 – 16.00  Panel 4. The How of the Now: Photography’s Temporality Revisited
Nancy Roth (Flusser Studies): Photography as measurement: exact dimensions for invented realities
Winfried Gerling (University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam): A sense of co-presence
Brian Hatton (Liverpool John Moores University/Architectural Association, London): John Hilliard & Dan Graham passing time
Kris Belden-Adams (University of Missisippi): Time warped: photography and the ‘annihilation’ of temporality and space
Panel discussion
16.00 Thanks and goodbye

Watch conference recording: 

Panel 1

Panel 2

Panel 3

Panel 4