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Title: Les imatges en l'era postfotogràfica: Un mapa de conceptes per pensar la fotografia actual
Author: Alburnà Muñoz, Sara
Tutor: Gual, Joan Miquel  
Keywords: post-photography
photography
images
philosophy of photography
ubiquitous images
fragmented reality
subjectivity
ethics of images
feminism
Gender studies
Issue Date: Jan-2023
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The present work aims to investigate what roles are attributed to the image, from photographic and philosophical studies in the global post-photographic society, referring to ethics, visuality and subjectivity through a map of concepts defined by several authors and photographers specialized in the theory and practice of current photography and images. The investigation is based on three hypotheses, the first in relation to the ubiquity and democratization of images and how people relate to the image through the fragmented reality of post-photography; the second refers to visuality and the duality between the human eye and the mechanical eye, the change of perspective and the disembodiment of photography. The third hypothesis reflects on the values and ethics of post-photography and proposes a case study through a practical photographic project called Who are you? which denounces sexist violence and the theft of private images from a gender perspective. It is concluded that post-photography has changed the way of looking and that together with the new opportunities to see the world, new threats appear. A visual education in values is necessary to know how to create, manage, consume and communicate through an ethical post-photography.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/148199
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