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The international photography festival Imago Lisboa in collaboration with PHLSPH organized a discussion between Stefanie Baumann and artist Harri Pälviranta at Lusófona University in Lisbon, Portugal. The discussion revolved aroung the concept of violence as presented in Harri’s series “Battered”; “Choreography of Violence”; “New ‘s Portraits” showcased at MNAC (National Museum of Contemporary Art until August 2023).
[Photo: © PHLSPH Lab – Detail of a work/series New’s Portraits]
Four artists from different corners of the world are WORKING on ‘Framing Crisis’: Janna Hartmann, Dominik Fleischmann, Berglind Hreiðarsdóttir and Joel Orozsco have been working on-line with our guest philosopher Stefanie Baumann. All four artists have been invited to think about their practice in a free space, without any constraints or expectations in regards to their result.
In order for a viewer to fully appreciate your work, do you think it is important that they know something about the digital method of production — e.g., something about the coding or something about the functionality of imaging software/hardware?
One more project tracked down. Photographer Richard Whitlock influenced by Pavel Florensky. Other projects so far are linked to Benjamin, Flusser, Byung-Chul Han, Phenomenology, and Nietzsche. Visit the section and if your work is linked to a philosopher or a philosophical concept/movement you are more than welcome to join in!
Almudena Romero’s diverse works represent a vast exploration of the social and physical possibilities afforded by analogue photographic methods and processes.