Scoping: Images between Inscriptions and Views – international conference

4 November 2022, 14:00 – 19:00 FAMU in Prague, room U1 (https://goo.gl/maps/KUfWeTxJRtNLrj627) No registration/ticket needed. Opening Remarks – Tomáš Dvořák (FAMU in Prague) Scoping and the Imagination: How Non-Existents Are Brought to Life – Jimena Canales (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) The Planetary Experiment – Orit Halpern (Dresden University of Technology) Scopic Innervation and Other Iconopaths – Peter Szendy… Continue reading Scoping: Images between Inscriptions and Views – international conference

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Extraterrestrial Images

Dvořák, Tomáš. 2021. “Extraterrestrial Images.” in Olga Moskatova (ed.), Images on the Move: Materiality – Networks – Formats. Bielefeld: Transcript, pp. 257-276.

Expert-Readable Images – international conference

29 November 2019, FAMU in Prague While machine-readable images have by now become a constant reference point for photographic theory and contemporary visual media studies, our event turns to the question: what are the specialised expert-readable image practices that cater to the technical specificities, institutional demands, and particular knowledge-roles of visual culture. Recent discussions of… Continue reading Expert-Readable Images – international conference

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