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IN THIS ISSUE
Technology is rapidly transforming the way we make, view and understand images, but how will this affect the photography industry and practice in the future?
Considering these questions, we speak to David Vintiner, Gem Fletcher, Sara Cwynar, Oliver Chanarin, Richard Mosse, Josèfa Ntjam, Coca Dai, RAKE Collective, Rhiannon Adam and many more. In Intelligence, we interrogate how accessible the new virtual art spaces really are for those with disabilities. Plus, we are in the studio with Theo Simpson, and On Location in Silicon Valley: San Francisco.
Also featured in this issue
Our main features include the work of Richard Mosse, Josèfa Ntjam, Oliver Chanarin, Sara Cwynar, RAKE Collective and Coca Dai.
Cao Fei reflects on her life and career in Any Answers.
Rhiannon Adam shares her perspective on the potential of NFTs and how they’ve enhanced her favoured analogue medium, the Polaroid.
Our In the Studio visit takes us to Theo Simpson’s restored stable in Lincoln
We are on the ground in San Francisco for On Location.
Though many arts institutions have launched virtual and digital platforms to improve accessibility, have those with disabilities truly been considered in their design? Jamila Prowse shares her experience.
Neil Harbisson is the world’s first legally recognised cyborg. He is just one of David Vintiner and Gem Fletcher’s fascinating subjects in their project, Transhuman.
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