Another guest blog at the Democratic Jungle this week. This time I wrote about Remembering photographs. I also added five photographs by Belgian artists that live somewhere in my memory. Head over to Democratic Jungle to read and see for yourself.
I am guest blogging for democratic jungle this month. Democratic jungle is a Belgium based photography platform who invite curators of the month and give them carte blanche to discuss (Belgium) photography. My first post is a reflection on David Claerbout’s ‘The Algiers’ Sections of a Happy Moment’.
Dear Nathalie, I am considering to apply for BredaPhoto’s masterclass. However, I also have X going on. Would you advice to combine these? What were your experiences with this masterclass?
I wrote the following article on Serendipity and Photography as an introduction to the catalogue of PhotoTWENS 2017. Here, you’ll find the English translation of the article.
Last week, I went to a photography gallery. Why? To look at photographs. Why? Because I am interested in photography Why? …
‘People studying art’ Who do you think about when you read this description? Artists, art historians and art critics might be the first people that pop up. If you brainstorm a bit longer, you might also include philosophers. Were you also thinking about vision scientists? Probably not. There’s a subgroup of visual scientists, however, that focus their research […]