Talk: Ben Burbridge with Charlotte Cotton (online)

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How should we understand photography’s interactions with political and economic systems in an age of networked computation and global capitalism? Do we need to expand our conception of photography to encompass the types of labour too often obscured by black-boxed technologies, slick platform interfaces, and the compulsion to display lives to others? What tools are available to assist with such a task? If and how can photography bring alternatives to capitalism into view?

Join Ben Burbridge and Charlotte Cotton as they explore these questions and others, in a far-reaching conversation about the politics and economics of contemporary photographic cultures, staged to mark the publication of Burbridge's new book, Photography After Capitalism.

Image: Sebastian Schmeig, still from I Will Say Whatever You Want In Front Of A Pizza, 2017
Courtesy Sebastian Schmeig
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