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Photography Changes Everything

“Photography Changes Everything—drawn from the online Smithsonian Photography Initiative—offers a provocative rethinking of photography’s impact on our culture and our lives. It is a reader-friendly exploration of the many ways photographs package information and values, demand and hold attention, and shape our knowledge of and experience in the world.”

Heiferman, M. 2012. Photography Changes Everything.
New York: Aperture. Available to buy [online]
< >[Accessed April 2014]

View original context in the Francis Hodgson encounter.

Nine Years – A Million Conceptual Miles

“Contemporary art photographers are opening up new ways of thinking about the medium. Are institutions ready for this wave of photographic innovation?”

Online Essay by Charlotte Cotton Featured in Spring 2013 issue of Aperture Magazine:
Aperture. 2013. Nine Years – A Million Conceptual Miles – By Charlotte Cotton. [online] Available From
<> [Accessed 01 July 2013]

View original context in the Charlotte Cotton conversation.

The Photobook Review: Editors Note

“My aims for this issue of The PhotoBook Review: to be pluralistic in its approach to the photobook and not merely to propose a checklist for a collectible canon of this essential form of photography.”

Aperture. 2013. The Photobook Review Editors Note. [online] Available From
<> [Accessed 04 November 2013]

View original context in the Charlotte Cotton conversation.

Welcome to the NEWFOTOSCAPES.


The impetus for the NEWFOTOSCAPES encounters, Catalysts are the present questions that occupy each collaborator, having guided their current thinking, research and practice. Catalysts can be filtered by theme allowing the community to navigate through and across each encounter, encouraging intersections of contextual relevance.

Pre-publication curated transcripts resulting from each discussion with the NEWFOTOSCAPES collaborators. Encounters can be explored directly or via Catalysts and Antennae.

Where might the ideas and questions raised during the NEWFOTOSCAPES encounters lead us in terms of a future artistic and professional practice, what further questions might arise and how might we continue these conversations?

Find out more about NEWFOTOSCAPES here.