The 4th International Conference of Photography and Theory (ICPT 2016) aims once again at bringing together researchers and practitioners from diverse fields of study, who share a common interest in photography.
This year’s topic, ‘Photography and the Everyday’ investigates the current meanings, distribution, materiality, impact, and affect of vernacular photography (or else everyday photography) in relation to our economy of images. Furthermore, it aims to examine the ways vernacular photography influences, shapes and challenges memory, individual and collective
identities, historical and other narratives, the social fabric, issues of authorship and authenticity, privacy and public life.
For more information, please visit our website at www.photographyandtheory.com
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Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert (conference co-chair)
4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF PHOTOGRAPHY & THEORY (ICPT2016)
DECEMBER 2-4TH 2016