The Image’s Updates

  • Tara McLennan – Winner of the International Award for Excellence for The International Journal of the Image, Volume 7

    The Image Research Network is pleased to announce the selection of “Hashtag ‘Sunset’: Smartphone Photography and the Punctum of Time,” by Tara McLennan, as the recipient of the International Award for Excellence for Volume 7 of The International Jou.....More

  • Jacqueline Butler Joins The Image Advisory Board

    The Image Advisory Board is honored to welcome our newest member – Jacqueline Butler

    Jacqueline Butleris an artist living and working in Manchester, England and Glasgow, Scotland. She works with photography, digital video, the artist book, an...More

  • How Does Glitch Art Reflect Society? | Article Link

    A “glitch” is, by definition, an error. The definition of the word is a sudden, usually temporary malfunction or fault in equipment. “Creation By Destruction” as Clif Pottberg, administrator of the Glitch Artists...More

  • The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography, Early Soviet Film

    Image Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons | Article Link 

    From early vanguard constructivist works by Alexander Rodchenko and El Lissitzky, to the modernist images of Arkady Shaikhet and Max Penson, Soviet photographers played a...More

  • How to Photograph Corruption

    Image Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/ Aleksander Markin*

    Mari Bastashevski's forensic images expose the layers of state secrecy under which international conflict participants and powerful regimes operate

    Photographing the ‘unphotographable’ ha...More

  • Even Sophisticated AI Can’t Always Tell a Parrot from a Cat

    Image Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons | Article Link

    Samim Winiger spends a lot of his time playing around with neural networks, primitive artificial brains trained to autonomously run through algorithms for some kind of out...More

  • Books of Jewish Beauty

    Image Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons | Article Link | Sara Lipton

    Since the late eighteenth century, Jews have often been viewed as contributing little to the visual arts. The idea began with Enlightenment thinkers, such as Kant, wh...More

  • At Kodak, Clinging to a Future Beyond Film

    Image Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons | Article Link | by Quentin Hardy

    Of the roughly 200 buildings that once stood on the 1,300-acre campus of Eastman Kodak’s business park in Rochester, 80 have been demolished and 59...More

  • Thomas Struth: Style Without Style

    Image Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons / Hans Peter Schaefer | Article Link | by Jana Prikryl

    Last year the German photographer Thomas Struth published Walking, a small and disarming paperback containing some 140 color ph...More

  • Community Spotlight – Plenary Interview: Blake Fitzpatrick and Vid Ingelevics

    Vid Ingelevics
    Blake Fitzpatrick

    Vid Ingelevics is an artist, writer, and independent curator based in Toronto, Canada. Blake Fitzpatrick teaches in the Documentary Media graduate program at Ryerson University. Since 2003, th...More