Conference: photography and / as knowledge

5-6 April 2019
Landskrona Foto 
Tyghuset, Kasernplan
Kavallerigatan 4
261 31 Landskrona, Sweden

Last day to buy tickets: 1st of April

April 5:

8:30-9:30 Light breakfast and registration

9:30-9:45 Welcome
Alison Gerber, Britt-Marie Johansson and Christopher Mathieu

9:45-10:45 Picturing Algeria: Ethnographic Photography and Critique
Franz Schultheis, St. Gallen University (CH)

10:45-11:30 Imaging Social Spaces 
Crystal Palace and After: Architectural Photography and Social Imaginaries. Karl Palmås, Chalmers and Kalle Sanner, University of Gothenburg (SE)
Shape, Surface, Volume, Dust, and Realism: Image-based 3D Modelling and the Rendering of Dirt, Use, and Time. Emma Nilsson, Lund University and Björn Nilsson, Lund University (SE)

11:30-12:30 Lunch

12:30-13:30 Truth, Trust, and Visual Veracity
Interwar Lens Cultures – Photography and Film in Transition. Niclas Östlind, Louise Wolthers and Mats Jönsson, University of Gothenburg (SE)
Impossible Spaces. Jennifer Pranolo, UC Berkeley (US)
Photography and Multiple Realities. Britt-Marie Johansson and Ulrika Wennersten, Lund University, and Åke Nilsén, Halmstad University (SE)

13:30-14:15 Whose Images, Whose Archives?
”The long walk: following the tick-ticking sounds into the unknown – or, The omitted” Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn, artist (SE) 
Only That What Tells: Photography as a Meeting Place for the Creation of Meaning. Gabi Louisedotter, Lund University (SE)

14:15-14:45 Fika

14:45-15:30 Photography, Urbanization, and Decay
Dreams Don’t Die. Jacob Kimvall, Stockholm University (SE)
Photograffiti – constructing subcultural identities through social media. Malcolm Jacobson, Stockholm University (SE)

15:30-17:30 Workshop: DiffReactional Reflections Through Mirroring
Helga Steppan, Linnaeus University and Nicklas Marelius, artist (SE)

17:30-18:00 The Image of America
Christer Lindberg, Lund University (SE)

19:00-21:00 Conference Dinner

April 6

9:00-9:45 Photographing Peace, Conflict, and Violence
”Images-substitutes and visual fake history: Historical images of atrocity of the Ukrainian famine 1932-1933 on social media”. Ekatherina Zhukova, University of Copenhagen (DK)
Photography and Knowledge About State Violence in Thailand. Karin H. Zackari, Lund University (SE)

9:45-10:15 Fika

10:15-11:15 Photography and Memory
Anna Lisa Tota, Roma Tre University (IT)

11:15-12:00 Images and their Movements
Photogenic Drawings and Unfixed Images. Richard Barlow, Hartwick College (US)
Post-mortem Photographs: Difficult Heritage? Satu Savia, curator Helsinki City Museum (FI)

12:00-13:15 Lunch

13:15-14:15 Photography and Method
Process and Embodiment in Photographic Practice: Walking, Learning, and Creativity in a Norwegian Mountain. Tine Blom, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (NO)
A Factorial Design of Photographs for Comparative Historical Research. Tim Liao, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (US)
Poetic Storytelling in Icelandic Photography. Sigrún Alba Sigurðardóttir, Iceland University of the Arts (IS)

14.15-15.00 Style, Technology, and Meaning 
Visual Abstractions, Interactive Knowledge and Conventional Practice in Photography. Árni Sverrisson, Stockholm University (SE)
It is a Light Which Objectifies Everything and Confirms Nothing. Hilde Honerud, artist (NO)

15:00- 15.30 Fika

15:30-16.15 Imaging New Archives
Silent Things: Photographing Objects That Shape Our Social Selves. Kirstine Autzen, artist (DK)
Riksarkivet’s Big Bet on Photography. Jonas Palm, Swedish National Archives (SE)

16:15-17:00 Closing meeting and next steps
Alison Gerber, Britt-Marie Johansson and Christopher Mathieu

18:00 Opening reception
Pierre Bourdieu In Algeria: Testimonies of Uprooting and Richard Barlow’s Erebus

Konferensen är finansierad med stöd av Riksbankens Jubileumsfond.