Forthcoming “Citizens of Photography” edited volume
“Citizens of Photography: The Camera and the Political Imagination” edited by Christopher Pinney with the PhotoDemos Collective. We are delighted to share news of our forthcoming edited volume with Duke University Press, September...
“The Impossible Narration” at Ethnofest 13: Athens Ethnographic Film Festival 2022
Camera, history and narration: an open discussion about the ethnographic film “The Impossible Narration: Memory and Photography of the Kalavryta Slaughter” (Dir. Konstantinos Kalantzis) | Sunday, November 27, 2022 (12pm, Athens)
Christopher Pinney speaks at the Sydney Asian Art Series hosted by the Power Institute
Citizens of Photography: Photographic Ethnographies from Nepal, Bangladesh and India
PhotoDemos Pamphlet Series
The PhotoDemos Collective publishes their Pamphlet Series. This pamphlet series aims to put a large number of images into conversation with a provocative short text. The complete Pamphlet series can be browsed on our Issuu page. To access,...
PhotoDemos Photobook Series
The PhotoDemos Collective have published their Photobook Series. This series of six photobooks by PhotoDemos Collective researchers address photographic practices in Greece, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, and South Asia. Designed by Gabriel...
Ileana L. Selejan
‘Refocusing the Lens: from the Centre to the Margins’ Film Festival
As part of Magnum Photos’ first UK-based film festival, organised in collaboration with the BFI, PhotoDemos researcher Ileana L. Selejan was invited to respond to the screening ‘Rebellion and Recollection: Representations of Latin...
ASAP discussion on Chris Pinney’s ‘Seven Theses on Photography’
ASAP, the online platform featuring critical perspectives on lens-based practices from South Asia, has published a response to Chris Pinney’s article ‘Seven Theses on Photography’ (published in the journal Thesis Eleven in 2012)....
This publication brings together a range of photographic material gathered by the PhotoDemos collective throughout the last five years of project-related activity.