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Seminar Bending the Frame

#Dysturb poster with photo by Maika Elan at Karljohansvern, Horten (photo: Benjamin Petit/Dysturb)

How can images make a difference? Can a photograph tell us anything new or anything else about the world we live in? These are some of the questions that the exhibition Bending the Frame at Preus Museum investigates, and that the seminar will deepen. 

Preus Museum is organizing a one-day seminar at Litteraturhuset in Oslo in connection to the exhibition Bending the Frame. The seminar is held in collaboration with Akademin Valand/Gothenburg University, Oslo Fotokunstskole/Oslo, Photographic Center/ Copenhagen, and Norwegian Journal of Photography.

 

The exhibition reflects the global news and media streams we are daily exposed to through traditional news media, social media, and the internet in general. Bending the Frame takes its starting point in contemporary art and the mass media, where the photograph has been of great importance for storytelling and the public consciousness in the 20th and 21st centuries. The seminar aims to deepen and discuss this point of view as an alternative to mass media and public debate. 

The seminar is free and supported by Fritt Ord. No registration needed. The seminar is held in English. 

 

9.30-9.50 

Coffee

9.50-10.00

Welcome

10.00-11.00 

Fred Ritchin
Bending the Frame

11.00- 11.30

Tina Enghoff
Berg prison and other projects.

11.30-12.15

Lunch

12.15-13.00    

Laara Matsen 
Presentation of Norwegian Journal of Photography

13.00-13.30

Kent Klich 
Gaza projects.

13.30-14.00

Sarah Tuck
Drone Vision: Warfare, Surveillance and Protest

14.00-14.30

Coffee break

14.30-15.00

Tyrone Martinsson
Spitsbergen, past and present

15.00-15.30

Kyrre Lien
The Internet Warriors

15.30-16.00

#Dysturb
Photojournalistic activism 

16.00-16.45

Panel discussion. The future for photography

Seminaret er gratis og støttet av Fritt ord.
Ingen påmelding.
Seminaret holdes på engelsk.

Sted: Wergelandssalen, Litteraturhuset, Oslo