Call for articles & projects: Instinct Membrana no. 6 seeks to address how and why does the notion of being human revolve around our perception of what it means to be an animal or beast – and […]
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After tsunami that struck Japan in March 2011, numerous photographs were trapped in ruins and alluvia. A project named Memory Salvage, in which more than 4000 volunteers as well as Japanese self-defence forces participated, was started with the goal of cleaning, restoring, digitalizing and returning found photographs.
The article that aims to analyse the artistic production of photographer Bojan Salaj is based on conversations and reviews of his archive. Among Slovenian photographers, Salaj is the one who has been seen as an embodiment of the decisive shift in perception of the photographic medium that occurred in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The tandem Ena rola filma (One Roll of Film), whose members are Aljaž Celarc and Eva Pavlič Seifert, describes itself on their webpage as an independent DIY project from Slovenia with love for new ideas in artistic production and practice. They are self-publishing foto-zines
With the development of digital technology and the internet in the past twenty years, photography has become really pervasive and omnipresent. Despite digitalization, or perhaps because of it, a tendency towards a return to ‘analogue’ photography can be observed in analog- recent years in the field of contemporary art photography as well.