Prof Les Back has recorded some webcasts on his plenary session at IVSA 2013 and reflections on the conference itself. This, the first of two, focusses on the photography of Pierre Bourdieu.
Image by Terrence Heng A photon of light hits the rhodopsin in a retinal cone cell, is absorbed by the purple pigment, making the molecule change shape and sending a signal to the optic nerve. The signal passes along the nerve and through the idiosyncratic matrices of the brain while being checked against other bodily … More IVSA Conference: The Public Image by Alex Rhys-Taylor
[Plenary lecture by Doug Harper. ] Now that you’ve had a few days to recover from the IVSA frenzy, we’d like to put together a selection of images for the blog and for Goldsmiths. Please send anything you’re happy to share online to me firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!
As we begin to recover from a busy conference, Michael Guggenheim asks What was Visual Sociology? http://www.csisponline.net/2013/07/01/what-was-visual-sociology/
Last thoughts on the final day of IVSA 2013 conference.
More from IVSA 2013 Conference delegates on their day.
More Reflections on IVSA 2013 Conference
Think about a city. Think about a walk. Think about pleasure gardens and dance clubs and naked men in steam rooms. Think about secret agents and expensive tower blocks and goats and pigs and ponies. Think about art and politicians, about lords and MPs and a sovereign. Think about churches and palaces and council flats. … More Voho to Soho: A Walk in A City of Pleasure by Yanni Eleftherakos