Photography as Collaboration/ Collaborer en photographie
ONLINE SEMINAR, November 2020 – March 2021
Université Paris Est Créteil (IMAGER)/ Université Bordeaux Montaigne (CLIMAS)
This online seminar seeks to address collaboration and the spectrum of collective working methods which have defined and keep informing some of the independent practices in the field of photography in the 20th and 21st centuries. The focus is on the UK, France, and Australia, with a number of case studies envisioned in a comparative approach. The seminar includes panel discussions and talks with practitioners. It is free and open to the public. The sessions will be held as online events (French time). To register and receive a link to the online sessions, please follow this link.
Thursday 12 November 2020, 10-12.30 am: The politics of voice, visibility and identity
Chaired by Charlotte Gould, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
Daniel Palmer (RMIT University, Melbourne) on Photography and Collaboration.
Tiffany Fairey (Kings College London): ‘A photography of becoming Re-imagining the promise of participatory photography through the image of young photographers from refugee and diaspora communities in the UK’
Anthony Luvera (Coventry University): ‘Charged with collaboration’
Friday 13 November 2020: 10-12.30 am: Photographers and collaboration
Maxence Rifflet (École supérieure des Arts et Médias de Caen/Cherbourg) : ‘Le ciel par-dessus le toit : photographier en prison’
followed by conversation with artists Inès Elsa Dalal and Leticia Valverdes.
7 December 2020, 5-7pm: Public display and distribution of collective projects
Chaired by Taous Dahmani, Université Panthéon Sorbonne
Louis Boulet (Université du Québec à Montréal/Université de Tours) : ‘Expositions monographiques: une spécificité photographique à contre-courant?’
Liz Drew (Birkbeck School of Arts, University of London): ‘Commercially Unavailable: The Distribution of Participatory Projects’
11 January 2021, 5-7pm: Archival and curatorial issues raised by collective practices
Charlene Heath (Ryerson Centre, University of York, Toronto) and Patrizia di Bello (Birkbeck School of Arts, University of London): ‘The Jo Spence Memorial Archive’
Carla Mitchell (Four Corners Gallery): “Re-activating the archive: how and for whom?”
1 February 2021, 5-7pm – Common spaces, remembering places
Abbas Nokhasteh, Moustafa Traoré, David Kendall (CUCR, Goldsmiths, University of London), Andrès Borda Gonzales: ‘Paris 19: Mobilité, Mémoire and Migration – Conversations, Dialogues and Boundaries of Engagement’
Andrea Eichenberger (NAVI – Núcleo de Antropologia Audiovisual e Estudos da Imagem, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil) : ‘La photographie comme pratique collective dans le cadre de la fabrication d’une mémoire visuelle d’un centre psychothérapique’
Tbc Stéphane Valognes, Pierre Guillemin, Quentin Brouard-Sala, Philippe Madeline, Université de Caen, et collectif Tulipe Mobile : ‘Atlas de la Manche/On est Loin des Amériques’
1 March 2021, 5-7pm -Collaborative structures, collective expressions
Lydia Echeverria (Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne) : ‘Créations partagées et participatives : nouvelles écritures photographiques au sein de l’agence Faut Voir et du collectif bar Floréal’
Adam Page (University of Lincoln): ‘The images in Shelter and charity campaigns’
22 March 2021, 1-3pm – The challenge of collaboration in photography education
Kelly Hussey-Smith (School of Art at RMIT University) and Angela Clarke (School of Art at RMIT University): ‘De-centering through world-centering: towards a pedagogy of co-creation in photography education’.
Megan Wellington Barratt (University of Sheffield): ‘Photographic education and the collaboration of resource sharing’.
Mathilde Bertrand, Université Bordeaux Montaigne
Karine Chambefort-Kay, Université Paris Est Créteil
Registration and questions : please use this online form