El PHotoEspaña Master in Photography, in collaboration with the Alcobendas City Council, launches the online workshop Read the images. Analysis of the discourses that cross photography " given by José Gómez Isla.
This workshop aims to give some guidelines for critical reading and communicative competence to make adequate interpretations around the different discourses that have passed through photography.
There has been much debate about whether photography, whether as a technique, as a medium or as an institution, has an autonomous discourse and even a singular narrative specificity, due to its particular way of constructing alternative worlds through its own technology. We will see how photographic discourses are always mobile, multiple and malleable: they constantly vary depending on the institution that reformulates them, the technological innovation that redefines them, the communicative intentionality and the epochal and cultural breeding ground in which they are framed.
JOSÉ GÓMEZ ISLA He has a degree and a doctorate in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid. Full professor and researcher at various Faculties of Fine Arts and Audiovisual Communication in Spain: Complutense University of Madrid, European University of Madrid and University of Salamanca. He has taught seminars, doctoral courses, and master's and master's degrees in official programs at foreign universities such as the University of Puerto Rico, the University of Buenos Aires, the University of La Plata, the University of Porto, etc. He has been Visiting Scholar at Harvard University during the 2017-18 academic year. She makes her teaching work compatible with art criticism and curating exhibitions.
He has published various books and monographs on art and photography (Photography of Creation (2005), Image Question (2013) or Family Album and Artistic Practices (2019), as well as numerous articles in exhibition catalogs, collective essays and specialized magazines on art, communication, photography and audiovisual culture His lines of research focus on visual culture, contemporary art, the photographic medium, technology and their social and cultural implications.
He is currently a Full Professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Salamanca (Spain).
Date: Monday, February 15 to Friday, February 19, 2021
Hours: 17:30 p.m. to 19:30 p.m. (Spanish time)
Price: EUR 120
Online registration here!