09th Jul 2010
The photograph is seen as something as ‘having been there’, whereas film is associated with the ‘being there.’ When photography is presented as something intangible, not ‘on the wall’, does the boundary between these two disciplines become blurred? How is the photograph read when it appears in film and writing?
An evening of talks at the Joinery as part of the Photoireland Festival, facilitated by Miranda Driscoll and chaired by Martin McCabe at the Joinery. Speakers include Feargal Fitzpatrick and Mary Conlon, Vanya Lambrecht Ward, plus guest speakers.
Friday 9th July 7pm sharp.
To book a place for this event please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘Photoireland Talks’