Photography Bound. Reimagining Photobooks and Self-publishing

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Photography Bound. Reimagining Photobooks and Self-publishing is essentially a portable library, where each book – selected by the most eclectic and vibrant voices working in the field today – is declared an urgent addition. The result is a multi-part manifesto that radically and intimately engages with photography and publishing. The book unfurls from a three-day conference organised by Antonio Cataldo and Adrià Julià in 2020 at the Faculty of Fine Art, Music and Design at the University of Bergen and Fotogalleriet, Oslo. The conference found common but fragile ground amid a global health crisis. From there, it managed to catapult discussion and explore in depth the need to print and publish photobooks. Each contribution discloses a unique relationship to photobooks and publishing. Together, they are a trigger for social, political and cultural demands. This book makes a collective call to action – or actions – and asks each reader to reimagine where photography is bound to go.


Feminism: What’s in a Word? Delphine Bedel

A Book as an Object Cosmo Großbach

Filed under T: Photobooks and the Institutions Niclas Östlind

ICONOCITY Aglaia Konrad

The Golden Record Silja Leifsdottir

“On this picture you can see a local man presenting his jumping skills”: Publication as Process Abdul Halik Azeez

Ritva Kovalainen’s Earth Holds Them All Anna-Kaisa Rastenberger

Some Deliberations on the Epistemics and Affectiveness of Photography Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung

Transactional Process Conversation Michele Horrigan, Catalina Lozano and Sean Lynch

The Fallacy of Consent in the Archive Hailey Loman

Self-publishing as Grief Sohrab Hura

Colonial History Family Album Erik Gant

Phantom Home Ahlam Shibli

Reading Photobooks in the Postdigital Age: On Christian Patterson’s Redheaded Peckerwood Heidi Bale Amundsen

Bank or Bust? On Winning a Dummy Award, and an Introduction to the Forest Finns Terje Abusdal

Photobook Structure: Why It Matters Kay Jun

Samba Shiva Vijai Patchineelam

And Inside Was the Horizon from Outside. Conversation. Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, Antonio Cataldo and Adrià Julià

The Discursive Spaces of Photography in 77 Magazine Antonio Zúñiga and Reyes Sisternas

No Future Paul Gangloff

From National Identity to Post-industrial Crises: Two Faces of the National Photobook Æsa Sigurjónsdóttir

Against the “False Organicism” of the Single Image: Relay, Delay and Montage of Associations in the Text-Image Dynamics of Allan Sekula’s Fish Story Ina Steiner

Three Remarks on the Book Moritz Küng

Retrieval of Memories and Untold Stories: The Photobook as Counternarrative in Today’s Greenland Mette Sandbye

One Wall a Web. Conversation. Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa and Adrià Julià

Contributors Biographies Funding Structures at Work: A Round-Table Discussion on Nordic Arts Funding
ß Anne-Lise Stenseth

Specifications:   Silvana ・ 2023 ・ Softcover ・ 17 x 24 cm. / 288 pages ・ English ・ 9788836653713
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