In this episode about imperialism, Rafael introduces and invites Brazilian artists Bárbara Wagner and Jonathas de Andrade to discuss how this theme is artistically explored, reproduced, and counter-practiced through their works. We navigate how collaborative photography, so present in their practices, permeates bodies, rhythm, colors, and also the Brazilian political and cultural situation. If you’re curious about their work: https://barbarawagner.com.br http://www.jonathasdeandrade.com.br/ For more information check the symposium website https://undiscipliningphotography.org and follow us on Instagram @undiscipliningphotography
How can photography be used to transform the system its embedded in? In the episode „Dirty Pictures“, Patricia explores what is possible in conversation with Charlotte Schmitz, who challenges the status quo with a deliberately personal approach as a documentary photographer, founder of the collective „The Journal“ and social entrepreneur, in order to make change happen — with art. For more information, check out the symposium website: https://undiscipliningphotography.org and follow us on instagram @undiscipliningphotography
This episode is about entangled landscape with the wonderful Olga Roszkowska. Expect soundscapes from Rotterdam Harbor, meditation and sirens, seagulls and an interview about how photography, humans and landscapes are entangled.
We all live and function within bigger or smaller structures and systems. Sometimes we conform to them, question them, or actively fight against them. How is a person affected by structures and systems? How can we effectively challange and reconstruct them? What is the role of photography in it? In this episode, Emi talks to Karolina Gembara: a photographer, academic, activist, a great thinker and a cat lover. For more information, check out the symposium website: https://undiscipliningphotography.org/
This is the Photography & Society Podcast, created by Emila, Rafael, Petra, Sophie and Patricia. We are students in the MA program Photography & Society at the Royal Academy of Art (KABK), in The Hague, The Netherlands. The podcast emerged in response to the Undisciplining Photography Symposium. In this episode we would like to introduce us and you can get a peek at the themes and issues adressed in the symposium. We hope you enjoy! For more information, check out the symposium website: https://undiscipliningphotography.org/
The Unforgettable Loss is about trauma, post-memory and identity. In this episode, Sophie talks to Shailoh Phillips, an artist, researcher, educator and community organizer, who presents this theme for the Undisciplining Photography Symposium. For more information, check out the symposium website: https://undiscipliningphotography.org/