[spectre] New photo remixes in Photomediations Machine

Joanna Zylinska jo.zylinska at gmail.com
Tue Jul 19 16:33:33 CEST 2016

We have the pleasure to announce eight new contributions to the curated 
online space Photomediations Machine:

- Remixing photography through open archives:

- A Guide to Open and Hybrid Publishing, or how to create an open 
access, image-based book in ten easy steps:

- A visual takeover of the city by plants:

- A short surreal film on the fear of modernity, inspired by Polish 
writer Witold Gombrowicz:

- The politics of the office:

- Creative disruption of office work:

- Is it a film or a moving painting?:

- Remix-remake of John Berger’s 1972 BBC documentary, Ways of Seeing:


Photomediations Machine is a curated online space where the dynamic 
relations of mediation as performed in photography and other media can 
be encountered, experienced and engaged.

Photomediations Machine adopts a process-based approach to image making 
by tracing the technological, biological, cultural, social and political 
flows of mediation that produce photographic objects. Showcasing 
theoretical and practical work at the intersections of art and 
mainstream practices, Photomediations Machine is both an archive of 
mediations past and a site of production of media 
as-we-do-not-know-them-yet. Photomediations Machine is non-commercial, 
non-profit and fully open access.

Curated by Joanna Zylinska and Ting Ting Cheng, Photomediations Machine 
has an International Advisory Board which includes Katherine Behar, Lisa 
Cartwright, Alberto López Cuenca, Asbjørn Grønstad, Richard Grusin, 
Sarah Kember, Max Liljefors, Melissa Miles, Nicholas Mirzoeff, W.J.T. 
Mitchell, Luiza Nader, Nina Sellars, Jonathan Shaw, Katrina Sluis, 
Marquard Smith, Hito Steyerl and Bernadette Wegenstein. It is a sister 
project to the online open access journal Culture Machine 
(http://www.culturemachine.net), established in 1999.

Website: http://www.photomediationsmachine.net
Follow us on Twitter: @Photomediations
Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/photomediations.machine

Submissions invited:

Professor Joanna Zylinska
Department of Media and Communications
Goldsmiths, University of London


NEW BOOK, Photomediations: A Reader, available open access:

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