Archive for the ‘Photography & Culture’ Category

Dahlgren, Anna. ‘Dated Photographs: The Personal Photo Album as Visual and Textual Medium’, Photography & Culture, 3:2, 175-194 p.176 Unlike personal photo albums made after 1900, text is scarce in general in personal carte-de-visite albums and, especially, indications of when the images were taken are very rare. This characteristic seems to suggest a different view of […]

Takvan, Monica. ‘Perception and Knowledge – In Connection to the Eye and the Senses’, Photography & Culture, 3:3, 321-330 Research in Progress p.321 Perception is often connected to knowledge and information gained through the eyes, and when saying we understand something, the term “I see” is often used. Is seeing the equivalent of understanding? And is perceiving the same as […]