Photographs are omnipresent in our urban and social environments. We encounter them online and offline on many levels. The boundaries between commercial images and all others are fluid. In the three-day workshop, the mentor will explore the relationship between the public image and the public space in which it is embedded: what do these mostly idealized representations represent (when we ignore the text level)?
Age Limit: The workshop is open to all interested people aged 16 and above.
Cost: Nil (Lunch provided all 3 days for indoor sessions)
Participation via application (details below)
Last date for application: 3rd November 2019
Selected participants will be informed by 6th November
Day 1: introduction, short theoretical presentation, collecting ideas, getting started
Day2: discussion of the first results, intensive practical part in the urban space, meeting
Day3: analysis of the material, selection process, choice of presentation (print or projection)
About the mentor:
Viktoria Binschtok reflects on the medium of photography in her photographic work and uses subtle shifts of context to address the function and representation of images. She makes equal use of both her own photographs and images from the internet and other media sources.
Binschtok?s works have been presented in numerous exhibitions in Germany and abroad, including at C/O Berlin, Kunstverein G?ttingen, Centre Pompidou Metz, Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau Dresden, Arts Santa Monica Barcelona,Frankfurter Kunstverein, and Les Rencontres d?Arles. In 2013 her artist?s book World of Details was published and was nominated for the aperture foundation First Photobook Award.
Binschtok was born in 1972 in Moscow. She grew up in West Germany and studied photography and free arts at the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts. Viktoria Binschtok lives and works in Berlin.
How to apply
For more information contact: [email protected]
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