Based at the University of Sydney the Photographic Cultures Research Group partners with the Art and the Document Research Cluster at Sydney College of the Arts to profile research into the photographic.
The Photography.Ontology.Symposium takes place on 2 and 3 June 2016 at the University of Sydney.
Photography.Ontology.Symposium. engages in critical debate with international scholars and specialists on the photographic medium. It will explore the relationship between photography’s ontology, the camera as a human perceptual apparatus and the unconscious through themes of evidence, the archive, photographic practice and theory.
Dates: 2-3 June 2016
Venue: University of Sydney
Keynotes: Shawn Michelle Smith and Andrés Zervigón
Plenary Address: Melissa Miles
Speakers: Katherine Biber, Donna West Brett, Helen Grace, John di Stefano, Danie Mellor and Toni Ross.
For more information and to register visit the website: http://www.photographiccultures.com/symposium-1/#symposium2016
The Symposium is co-presented by Sydney Ideas, The University of Sydney’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, School of Literature, Art, and Media (SLAM), School of Languages and Cultures (SLC), The Power Institute, The Photographic Cultures Research Group and the Art and The Document Research Cluster at Sydney College of the Arts.