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Imaging History

  • IMAGING WEBSITE 20150608170938
  • Published in 2011 as part of a research project Imaging History - Photography after the fact. The research project is an attempt to redefine the traditional relationship between archaeology and photography in order to produce new forms of image making more adapted to contemporary visual culture.
    This publication is the proceedings of the international conference ‘Imaging History’ in 2010 in Sint-Lukas Brussels organised by the photographers Danny Veys and Bruno Vandermeulen (KUL).
    Contributions by Pool Andries, Leen Engelen, Giovanni Fragalà , Henrik Gustafsson, Iro Katsaridou, Anastasia Kontogiorgi, Bruno Notteboom, Benjamim Picado, Marjan Sterckx, Johan Swinnen, John C. Welchman and Helen Westgeest.
    Photographs by Karin Borghouts (7), Carl De Keyzer, Bart Michiels and Bruno Vandermeulen & Danny Veys.
    Published by ASA publishers.
    Info: (in)site photography
    ISBN 978-94-611-7013-2
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    The exhibition ‘Imaging History’ was on view in the Photomuseum Antwerp (BE) 17.02.2012 > 03.06.2012

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