Annet Dekker: Imageability today. Telling stories in images

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Annet Dekker: Imageability today. Telling stories in images, key note at Photographic Epistemologies - A PEPI Seminar 25 October 2019 at The Finnish Museum of Photography, Cable Factory (Helsinki).

Annet Dekker is Assistant Professor Media Studies: Archival and Information Studies at the University of Amsterdam and Visiting Professor and co-director of the Centre for the Study of the Networked Image at London South Bank University. Recently she published Collecting and Conserving Net Art: Moving beyond Conventional Methods (2018) and Lost and Living in Archive. Collectively Shaping New Memories (2017).

Academy of Finland research project Post-Digital Epistemologies of the Photographic Image (PEPI) organises a seminar on Photographic Epistemologies at the Finnish Museum of Photography. PEPI (2019–2022) combines psychology, visual studies and artistic research. The project studies photographic epistemologies in post-digital condition where the photograph has become a dynamic data object with three faces: the visible surface facing the viewer, the interface suggesting various connections, and the invisible subface of algorithmic processes. What do these three faces and their entanglement tell us? What kind of epistemologies do they imply?