Brooklyn Insitute for Social Research Course on Photography and Social Networks

This looks like an interesting course on photographic distribution, audience and engagement. From the course website: In recent decades, critical analyses of photography are increasingly concerned with questions of audience engagement and technological production. This course embarks upon a study of historical and theoretical perspectives on photography—from experiments in daguerreotype … Continue reading

Hello Neighbor

Julie Keefe’s Hello, Neighbor project. What happens to neighborhoods when your neighbors aren’t your neighbors any more? When interviewed about his rapidly changing North Portland community, my neighbor, Charles, said he didn’t mind the streets being safer, the businesses returning, or the houses being fixed up. What he did mind … Continue reading