Fotografische Praktiken in der digitalen Kultur
Digital photographs are omnipresent: they are produced, distributed, commented on and stored by the billions every day. The interaction with digital technologies and social networks has given rise to practices that have radically changed the production and reception, distribution and archiving of photographic images. They are distributed, ordered and evaluated by their prosumers as well as by machines, software and algorithms. How does this shift photographic concepts of authorship, reference and relevance? What aesthetics, orders of knowledge and archives are created in digital cultures? This volume is the first systematic exploration of the new technologies and cultural practices through which photographic images are currently distributed and effective.
»Eine hoch aktuelle und inhaltsreiche Analyse; gleichermaßen weiterführend für Medien- und andere Fachleute als auch für Laien mit einem besonderen Interesse an Aspekten des digitalen Wandels.
Reinhold Heckmann, ekz-bibliotheksservice, 30 (2018)