Memorias de Papel: El Archivo Fotográfico y sus Lecturas

Gortazar, P. 2021. Memorias de Papel: El Archivo Fotográfico y sus Lecturas. in: Historia(s) de la Fotografía del Siglo XXI Madrid, Spain

Chapter titleMemorias de Papel: El Archivo Fotográfico y sus Lecturas
AuthorsGortazar, P.
Abstract

Given the unidirectional power exercised by the creators and custodians of photographic archives, some contemporary artists, such as Satu Mofoken, Ayana V. Jackson and Penélope Umbrico, have produced works that question their subjective narratives. This essay analyses the creative strategies explored by these artists to contest the power dynamics exercised within the archive, as well as the veracity of the stories perpetuated by them.

KeywordsPhotography, Archive, Contemporary Photography, Satu Mofoken, Ayana V. Jakson, Penélope Umbrico
Book titleHistoria(s) de la Fotografía del Siglo XXI
Year2021
Place of publicationMadrid, Spain
EditionFirst

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