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[Commlist] CfP: 3rd International Workshop on Visual Research: "Images as Agents in Public Digital Spaces"

Tue Mar 26 07:19:30 GMT 2019

Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt and ISA Visual Sociology Research Committee (RC57) co-organize the "Images as Agents in Public Digital Spaces” workshop for doctoral students. The event will take place in Klagenfurt, Austria on 27-28 June 2019.
Keynote speakers are:
Robert Hariman, Northwestern University
Yvonne Volkart,  Academy of Art and Design FHNW Basel

Students’ paper presentations will receive feedback from:
Gary Bratchford, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) & President of ISA Visual Sociology Research Committee
Roswitha Breckner, University of Vienna
Marc Ries, HfG Offenbach

Possible themes for presentations are, but not limited to: - the political and social agency of (moving) images in the digital age - social practices related to contemporary image production - global-local changes and transculturality connected to contemporary media worlds - visual media as agents of postmodern cultures of the self and identity politics - art, new media and ecology - visual media as a means for social and cultural research - artistic research - economies of looking and sharing in social networks - cultural and economic aspects of popular image production - Non-human photography and automated image production - contemporary art practices in relation to digital image making To apply, please send an abstract (in English, max. 400 words) and a short CV (max. 200 words) by 19 April 2019 at the latest to (visualworkshopisa19 /at/ Participation is free. Shall you wish to attend the workshop without a paper presentation a registration by 10 June 2019 is still necessary. For more information on a possibility of travel grant, registration, and further details please see workshop website: Further information on Visual Sociology Research Committee can be found via the following: Website: Facebook: Twitter: (@isavisual)

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