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GOMES PINTO José, MATOSO Rui (dir.)

Art and Photography in Media Environments

Edições Universitárias Lusófonas, 2017.

Art and Photography in Media Environments is the new book edit by José Gomes Pinto and Rui Matoso (Universidade Lusófona, Lisbon), in wich are colected the papers presented at the ECREA — Preconference : Art & Photography in Media Environments — November 11, 2014, hosted by Lusófona University. The main goal of this Pre-conference was to think about new relations between art — in a wider sense — and mass communication technologies, approaching these intersections as a base that produces a broader thinking on the results of these encounters- if it is aesthetic, political, social, cultural, etc. Immanuel Kant formulates in his Critique of Judgment what he considers to be the vivid principle of the soul. This principle was tightly connected to art and for him art was a matter of representation, which incites to a deep thinking. Natural standards of art were conceived by him as being genius art. The connection to nature, natural process of art making were at stake in Kant’s point of view and marked the way art was thought throughout the last centuries. With the emergence of avant-garde artistic movements, Kant’s conception started to be criticized, and a hiatus between art and aesthetics opened since. With the advent of new technologies, art started to be deeply connected with new media, which became the raw material for art practices. This media turn, now widely accepted is being currently enlarged with critical approaches. Photography is a paradigmatic example of this new materiality. It has been regarded as the inscription of an image obtained not by human hand, but by the agency of light per se. Today with the apparition of coded digital images, photography, such as flm, expands. Analog photography is replaced by a virtual picture. Its perception has changed and the theoretical approach to it is also transforming.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword : An introduction to Art and Photography in Media Environments (7)
Jule Schaffer | Photographic Images, the Holy, and the Sacred : Analyzing Realidades by the Photographer Pierre Gonnord (17)
Vendela Grundell | Friction as Tactical Experience — Interfacing Photographic Instances through Rosa Menkman’s Sunshine in My Throat (39)
Rui Matoso | Operative-Images and Phantom-Images — The Synthetic Perception Media in late Harun Farocki (67)
Patricia Prieto-Blanco | Understanding the performative power of family photographs through the work of John Clang, Liz Steketee and Trish Morrissey (93)
Maria da Luz Correia | The recreational image : from photographic amusements to video games (107)
Vinicius Souza | From Streets to Nets — The Trajectory of a Journalistic Photo (121)
Filip Láb and Sandra Štefaniková | “Just Click, Click and Click !”. Photojournalism in Print and Online Czech News Media (131)
José Gomes Pinto | Art and Primitivism. An approach to Carl Einstein Negerplastik (159)
Carlos Pimenta | Jorge Molder. The photographer and his double (173)

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