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Medium and Message: Conflict Photography in the Digital Era

Anthony Haughey will discuss his project Disputed Territory at  the UCD Clinton Institute’s Photography & International Conflict Symposium

3‐4 May 2011‐ on UCD campus, Dublin

Current debates regarding the nature and potential of photography and the visual document encompass issues of economics, cultural change, technological developments and stylistic innovation and are occurring across many societal sectors. This seminar will foster dialogue between visual media practitioners, academics and industry commentators. Discussion panels will include: consideration of the multimedia genre, case
studies on the visual representation of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, imaging post‐conflict societies in Bosnia and Northern Ireland, and the politics and techniques of visual curation and display.

Speakers include:
Susie Linfield Cultural Reporting & Criticism, NYU, Robert Hariman Northwestern University, Stephen Mayes Managing Director, VII Photos
Bernadette Buckley Goldsmiths, University of London, Julian Stallabrass Courtauld Institute of Art, David Campbell Researcher/consultant: www.david‐, Anthony Haughey Dublin Institute of Technology, Paul Seawright University of Ulster, Paul Lowe London College of Communication, Ziyah Gafic VII Network photographer,

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