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***CANCELLED*** Symposium: Photography Beyond the Image / London, Saturday 25 April 2020

***It is with very heavy hearts that we announce the cancellation of the Photography Beyond the Image symposium. Due to the current public health emergency, we feel compelled to make this difficult decision. The event will be rescheduled for the autumn and we will be in touch with new details once the current crisis alleviates.***Recent years have seen photographic…See More
Mar 17
Derek Trillo MA PhD ARPS commented on Sara Dominici's blog post Symposium: Photography Beyond the Image / London, Saturday 25 April 2020
"Unfortunately this is already fully booked ...there is a waiting list if you're feeling lucky"
Feb 10
Sara Dominici posted a blog post

***CANCELLED*** Symposium: Photography Beyond the Image / London, Saturday 25 April 2020

***It is with very heavy hearts that we announce the cancellation of the Photography Beyond the Image symposium. Due to the current public health emergency, we feel compelled to make this difficult decision. The event will be rescheduled for the autumn and we will be in touch with new details once the current crisis alleviates.***Recent years have seen photographic…See More
Feb 4
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New open-access article: "New mobile experiences of vision and modern subjectivities in Late Victorian Britain"

Abstract: The article looks at the relationship between two very popular middle-class activities in Late Victorian Britain, photographing and cycling, and explores the influence that the new technology of physical mobility had on visual experiences and related photographic practices. It focuses, in particular, on the significance that new practices of mobility and…See More
Nov 3, 2019

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***CANCELLED*** Symposium: Photography Beyond the Image / London, Saturday 25 April 2020

***It is with very heavy hearts that we announce the cancellation of the Photography Beyond the Image symposium. Due to the current public health emergency, we feel compelled to make this difficult decision. The event will be rescheduled for the autumn and we will be in touch with new details once the current crisis…

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Posted on February 4, 2020 at 15:00 — 1 Comment

New open-access article: "New mobile experiences of vision and modern subjectivities in Late Victorian Britain"

Abstract: The article looks at the relationship between two very popular middle-class activities in Late Victorian Britain, photographing and cycling, and explores the influence that the new technology of physical mobility had on visual experiences and related photographic practices. It focuses, in particular, on the significance that…

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Posted on November 1, 2019 at 17:00

Event: Photographing and Cycling in Late Victorian Britain / London, 14 November 2018

This talk presents new research looking at the relation between camera and cycle technologies in late Victorian Britain. Despite the challenges of carrying heavy and fragile glass-plate cameras on likewise heavy and laborious to ride machines, in this period combining cycling and photography was felt so close that contemporary commentators could write of…

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Posted on November 9, 2018 at 10:30

Free eprints: 'Cyclo-Photographers', Visual Modernity and the Development of Camera Technologies, 1880s-1890s

50 free eprints of my article "'Cyclo-Photographers', Visual Modernity and the Development of Camera Technologies, 1880s-1890s", recently published in the journal History of Photography (42:1), for anyone who may be interested but doesn't have access to a subscribing library:…

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