Tendencies in Contemporary Photography: an international seminar at Copenhagen Photo Festival 2016

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Copenhagen Photo Festival and The National Museum of Photography present: Tendencies in Contemporary Photography – an international seminar. Photographers, critics, and academics from the UK, Sweden, and Denmark present their views on the current tendencies of the contemporary photography scene. The seminar is focused around the dispersed views on art and documentary photography in 2016 as well as the future of photography. The seminar is split into two sessions, each with their own themes:

(Duration: 00.00.00-02.11.45)
PHOTOGRAPHY AS EVIDENCE: The forensic turn in documentary
Speakers: Paul Lowe (UK), Kent Klich (SE) and Mette Sandbye (DK) Moderator: Torben Sangild(DK)

(Duration: 02.11.46-04.55.51)
BODY, SELF, FICTION: Acting out perception psychology and phenomenology
Speakers: David Bate (UK), Ebbe Stub Wittrup (DK), Ulrik Heltoft (DK) and Nanna Lysholt Hansen (DK)
Moderator: Charlotte Præstegaard Schwartz(DK)

Podcast from Copenhagen Photo Festival 2016
The Day Seminar took place on June 9, 2016 at The Black Diamond
Photo: © Nanna Lysholt Hansen
Podcast produced by Andreas Olesen for Copenhagen Photo Festival. Supported by The City of Copenhagen and Danish Arts Foundation

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