Articles exploring photography and digital arts.
Digital Encounters: Deconstructing the Photograph of World Leaders at the Paris March
In the aftermath of the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo office and a kosher supermarket in Paris, the coming together of world leaders at the unity march in the French capital constituted a remarkable event in world history.
Digital Encounters: Being There by Claudia Sola
As if coming back into consciousness, out of the black-and-white blur and buzz of interference, a black-and-white image of a pair of formally dressed lovers appears. Slightly nervous, clutching a bouquet in a commemorative studio photograph at least half a century old, these are Claudia Sola’s grandparents on their wedding day.
Digital Encounters: Mishka Henner – Dutch Landscapes
‘…the ground began to flatten out beneath us. It looked cut into brown squares, yellow squares, green squares, and big fat blotches of green where there was a forest. I began to understand cubist painting.’
Ernest Hemingway, on his first flight in a plane, from The Toronto Daily Star, 1921.
New Idea Series for Brighton Digital Festival
Throughout Brighton Digital Festival, we will also be releasing specially commissioned online articles for our Ideas series where curators, artists, photographers and thinkers from different fields of expertise respond to questions around photography and digital culture.