Image Credit: Emily Jones.
Curating Ubiquity: Photographic Value after the Internet
Coventry University Photography Department (CUPH) in collaboration with Grain projects was proud to host the third in our series of industry professionals in conversation, Katrina Sluis.
Sluis is a curator, writer and media educator who is presently Senior Curator (Digital Programme) at The Photographers’ Gallery and Co-Director of the Centre of the Study of the Networked Image, London South Bank University. With a technical background in systems administration and early internet technologies, her work is concerned with photography’s relationship to computation, its social circulation and cultural value.
Sluis spoke to the audience at Herbert Gallery in Coventry as part of our series of talks around contmeporary imagery.