Amanda Ross-Ho, The Character and Shape of Illuminated Things (Facial Recognition), City Hall Park, New York, 2015. Courtesy the artist.

Amanda Ross-Ho’s artwork ‘The Character and Shape of Illuminated Things’ harnesses the contemporary urge to record and disseminate images

This post originally appeared on CirculationExchange.org. It is part of a series of articles on artists and projects working with photographic images in the contemporary era.

One of the things I enjoy about living in Los Angeles is the ample opportunity for observing art that at times appears to exist…

‘Cascine Risaia e Barraccone, Piedmont, Italy’ from the series “No Man’s Land” by Mishka Henner.

This post originally appeared on CirculationExchange.org. It is part of a series of articles on artists and projects working with photographic images in the contemporary era.

Recently, I Googled a friend’s name, and the first search result was the public record of her salary. This was not information I wanted…

Sketch, sent via text, of the Large Format Selfie Stick (LFSS).

21st-century self-expression, hacked by 19th-century apparatus

This post originally appeared on CirculationExchange.org. It is the second in a series of articles by Kate Palmer Albers about artists working with images in the contemporary era.

I was introduced to the Large Format Selfie Stick (LFSS) via Snapchat which, in hindsight, seems just perfect.

I almost never screenshot…

Penelope Umbrico, images from “A Proposal and Two Trades” 2013-present. Courtesy the artist.

How one artist is making sense of filters, authorship, exchange, and digital ideas about analog photography

This post originally appeared on CirculationExchange.org. It is the first in a series of articles on artists and projects working with images in the contemporary era.

Earlier this year, the New York-based artist Penelope Umbrico started an Instagram feed devoted to her project, “A Proposal and Two Trades,” which was…

Kate Palmer Albers

Online: CirculationExchange.org. In print: Uncertain Histories: Accumulation, Inaccessibility and Doubt in Contemporary Photography

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