Saturday, 16 February 2013

Has the internet killed photography?

Of course not. Don't be so bloody silly.

Here are the cited sources for today's talk on and around Ben Cauchi's show at City Gallery. Depending on how the talk went, I may post the notes here later too.


It’s Polaroid’s World - We Just Live in It
Christopher Bonanos
The Wall Street Journal, 9 November 2012

I still don't get Instagram
Clive Martin
Vice, January 2013

Dappled Things: Pinkhassov on Instagram
Teju Cole
The New Inquiry, 23 September 2012

Pinterest, Tumblr and the Trouble with ‘Curation’
Carina Chocano
New York Times, 20 July 2012

Being There
Babbage Science and Technology blog
The Economist, 19 May 2011

How many photos have ever been taken?*
Jonathan Good
1000 memories, 15 September 2011

Waving at the Machines
James Bridle’s keynote at Webdirections South 2011

Stories from the New Aesthetic
Aaron Straup Cope, notes from a panel discussion at the New Museum, New York, October 2012

The Faux-Vintage Photo
Nathan Jurgenson
The Society Pages, 14 May 2011

Ben Cauchi interview - The long version
Guy Somerset
NZ Listener, 2 November 2012

Projects mentioned

Dear Photograph*

Young Me Now Me*

Descriptive Camera*

My Daguerreotype Boyfriend*



The Polaroid Cacher*



Mad Men - The Carousel 

Ian Ruhter: Silver and Light

Image credits

Websites/projects that I used screenshots from are marked with an *

Man and bird. Ref: 114/138/10-G. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. 

Dave Brubeck Quartet arriving at Wellington Airport. Ref: EP/1960/1132-F. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. 

United Nude’s Lo-Res shoe

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