This chapter is based on two conversations between Jelena Stojković and Sen Uesaki, archivist and lecturer at Keio University Art Centre at the time, that took place in Tokyo in 2013. It was originally conceived for the ‘Archiving on the Line: Photography, Collecting and the Web’ section of the Either / And online publishing project, a collaboration between the National Media Museum and Ph: The Photography Research Network (co-programmed for Ph by Estefani Bouza, Andrea Alves de Oliveira, Jelena Stojković and Duncan Wooldridge).
It draws parallels between the practices of digital archiving and photography, discussing several photographic projects – including photobooks Ginza Hacchō (Yoshikazu Suzuki, 1953) and Montparnasse (Andreas Gursky, 1995) – and such notions as contiguity and ephemera.
|Publication title||Photography Reframed: New Visions in Contemporary Photographic Culture (eds. Ben Burbridge and Anabella Pollen)|
|Author(s)||Sen Uesaki and Jelena Stojković|