Posts Tagged: collaboration

Collaboration: Inside Out

This is the second article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here. In my first Guest-Post on Der Greif, I argued that many photographic projects

Collaboration: Inside Out

This is the second article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here. In my first Guest-Post on Der Greif, I argued that many photographic projects

Cross-cultural Visual Dialogue

To commemorate the first anniversary of the annexation of Crimea, last week Everyday Eastern Europe took over EchoSight instagram account, presenting a series of montages made from images by Russian and Ukrainian photographers. As always, for me, the response to

Cross-cultural Visual Dialogue

To commemorate the first anniversary of the annexation of Crimea, last week Everyday Eastern Europe took over EchoSight instagram account, presenting a series of montages made from images by Russian and Ukrainian photographers. As always, for me, the response to

Everyday Eastern Europe

I was instantly inspired by Everyday Africa project that pushed the boundaries of mobile photography to draw a complex and unusually bright image of daily life in Africa. It was set up to challenge stereotypical representation of the continent in the

Everyday Eastern Europe

I was instantly inspired by Everyday Africa project that pushed the boundaries of mobile photography to draw a complex and unusually bright image of daily life in Africa. It was set up to challenge stereotypical representation of the continent in the

The Sochi Project

I recently interviewed the team behind The Sochi Project for the IdeasMag online publication. Below is a slightly extended version of the interview. Since 2007, photographer Rob Hornstra and writer-filmmaker Arnold van Bruggen have collaborated to document Sochi, Russia, where the 2014

The Sochi Project

I recently interviewed the team behind The Sochi Project for the IdeasMag online publication. Below is a slightly extended version of the interview. Since 2007, photographer Rob Hornstra and writer-filmmaker Arnold van Bruggen have collaborated to document Sochi, Russia, where the 2014

Book Film Painting

I recently took part in Stuart Pilkington‘s latest collaborative project Book Film Painting, inviting photographers from all over the world to submit an image in response to an existing artwork from those three mediums. I wrote about Stuart’s previous project

Book Film Painting

I recently took part in Stuart Pilkington‘s latest collaborative project Book Film Painting, inviting photographers from all over the world to submit an image in response to an existing artwork from those three mediums. I wrote about Stuart’s previous project

Filed Under ‘F’

For the past academic year, I took part in Lightbox II project facilitated by Redeye Photography Network in Manchester to promote collaboration in photography. Together with eight other participants with a common interest in exploring the boundaries of fact and fiction in

Filed Under ‘F’

For the past academic year, I took part in Lightbox II project facilitated by Redeye Photography Network in Manchester to promote collaboration in photography. Together with eight other participants with a common interest in exploring the boundaries of fact and fiction in

Someone I Know

I am always on the lookout for interesting ideas, and there has been a number exciting collaborative curatorial projects that recently caught my attention. Much discussed online over the past few weeks after its launch on the 2nd April, Someone

Someone I Know

I am always on the lookout for interesting ideas, and there has been a number exciting collaborative curatorial projects that recently caught my attention. Much discussed online over the past few weeks after its launch on the 2nd April, Someone