This new title written by UNP founder and curator Grant Scott over the past year looks at the reality of where photography is today and maybe in the future. Focusing on the act of seeing within the digital age and image engagement through the LED screen the book continues many of the conversations instigated by both John Berger and Marshall McLuhan. It will also features seven visual narratives created by Scott to illustrate and suggest approaches to image creation through computational photographic means. New Ways of Seeing will be published by Bloomsbury Academic in 2019.

www.bloomsbury.com/uk/new-ways-of-seeing-9781350049314/

 

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