Memes and GIFs, selfies and Instagram filters, algorithms and neural networks, screenshots and drone images, networked feminism and online activism, content moderators, influencers and attention economies: In recent decades, the networked digital image has spawned new visual forms and cultural practices at a phenomenal speed – with unprecedented social and political ramifications. The SITUATIONS format has tracked and analysed these photographic developments over a period of five years. The projects Photographic Flux and From Print to Pixel have continued the discussion of the subject through educational programmes offered at the museum and in schools.

  • Fleeting Media. Publishing Post-Photography
  • Online Panel Discussion
  • Kate Rose
  • Angela Washko
  • Anika Schwarzlose
  • Michael Kempf
  • Lisa Barnard
  • Guns and Cameras
  • Abelardo Gil-Fournier, Jussi Parikka
  • Shinji Toya
  • A Selection of Artist and Theory Books on the Modern-Day Complexity of the Photographic Gaze
  • Thuma Collective
  • David Dao
  • Bibliography
  • Andy King
  • Jeremy Welsh
  • Federica Chiocchetti
  • Jonathan Beller
  • All That Matter(s)
  • From Print to Pixel: Glossary
  • Benjamin H. Bratton
  • Fotomuseum Visual Identity, Design Process
  • Networked Cameras
  • Joanne McNeil