Redeye Network Event
26th November, 2013
Media City, Manchester, UK

NEW
MINDSETS ON
PHOTOGRAPHY
JONATHAN
SHAW
#RedeyeNetw...
21st century teacher
what does this look like...

#RedeyeNetwork
Being biased...
For me digital media enabled this...

#RedeyeNetwork
Being biased...
...to transform into this!

#RedeyeNetwork
Being biased...
For me digital media enabled this...

#RedeyeNetwork
Being biased...
...to transform into this!

#RedeyeNetwork
Being biased...
...and result in this!

#RedeyeNetwork
Photographic Mediations iTunesU Collection

1,000,000
listens

Being biased...
...and this!

#RedeyeNetwork
The first tablet?
...camera obscura as experience (via Wikipedia)

#TPGallery
#RedeyeNetwork
New?
...the digital experience

#RedeyeNetwork
#RedeyeNetwork
Thinking differently...
What can happen when you consider your approach and invite people join you!

#RedeyeNetwork
Provenance of arts education
...as craft

© Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum

#RedeyeNetwork
Relevance...
...Google Search App interview

#RedeyeNetwork
“

Shaking up photoeducation

”

#RedeyeNetwork
We should be openly engaged
...politically, socially and culturally

#RedeyeNetwork
Globally visible
...phonar.org in 10 weeks had 15,000 people from 152 cities

#RedeyeNetwork
“
What does it mean to be a 21st
century photographer?

Networked
...Image: Jenny Swerdlow & Rachel Appleby

#RedeyeNetwor...
Open door
...establishing new rules

#RedeyeNetwork
Connected
...conversational

#RedeyeNetwork
#AdobeEdu12
Collaborative
...internationally

#RedeyeNetwork
Personal
...meet the tutors Jonathan Worth and Matt Johnston

#RedeyeNetwork
Open resources
...freely available

#RedeyeNetwork
Sharing
Licensing

#PEDARE2013
#RedeyeNetwork
Conversations
...before the doors of the classroom are open, dialogues have already been shared.

#RedeyeNetwork
Integrated
...featured in What’s Hot in Photography apps!

#RedeyeNetwork
Open experiences
Sharing resources
Conversations with communities
Critically engaged

Principles
...to think about

#Redey...
Open experiences
Sharing resources
Conversations with communities
Critically engaged

Trusted
Connected
Hub (rather than s...
Effective
...does not equal to scale!

#RedeyeNetwork
“

In fact, the more engaging social media
becomes, the less scale it delivers. Think
about it. We all know that social me...
Going back to the drawing board
...and work out what you want to say!

#RedeyeNetwork
Revisited
The traditional reading list... most visited post in the class...(Friends of Phonar Book List)
The ‘Reading List...
New Partnerships!
...a ‘living’ book-project

#RedeyeNetwork
ANDY
ADAMS
DAVID
CAMPBELL
CHARLOTTE
COTTON
MISHKA
HENNER
STEPHEN
MAYES
KATRINA
SLUIS

COMMUNITY LEADER
ACADEMIC
WRITER
POS...
Sneak preview
...Openly licensed

#RedeyeNetwork
JONATHAN
SHAW

mail@jonathan-shaw.com
@time_motion

www.jonathan-shaw.com

www.newfotoscapes.org

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It’s like a brand new media object. It’s a media experience.

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That’s a hot topic how people feel about the concept...
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  1. 1. Redeye Network Event 26th November, 2013 Media City, Manchester, UK NEW MINDSETS ON PHOTOGRAPHY JONATHAN SHAW #RedeyeNetwork
  2. 2. 21st century teacher what does this look like... #RedeyeNetwork
  3. 3. Being biased... For me digital media enabled this... #RedeyeNetwork
  4. 4. Being biased... ...to transform into this! #RedeyeNetwork
  5. 5. Being biased... For me digital media enabled this... #RedeyeNetwork
  6. 6. Being biased... ...to transform into this! #RedeyeNetwork
  7. 7. Being biased... ...and result in this! #RedeyeNetwork
  8. 8. Photographic Mediations iTunesU Collection 1,000,000 listens Being biased... ...and this! #RedeyeNetwork
  9. 9. The first tablet? ...camera obscura as experience (via Wikipedia) #TPGallery #RedeyeNetwork
  10. 10. New? ...the digital experience #RedeyeNetwork
  11. 11. #RedeyeNetwork
  12. 12. Thinking differently... What can happen when you consider your approach and invite people join you! #RedeyeNetwork
  13. 13. Provenance of arts education ...as craft © Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum #RedeyeNetwork
  14. 14. Relevance... ...Google Search App interview #RedeyeNetwork
  15. 15. “ Shaking up photoeducation ” #RedeyeNetwork
  16. 16. We should be openly engaged ...politically, socially and culturally #RedeyeNetwork
  17. 17. Globally visible ...phonar.org in 10 weeks had 15,000 people from 152 cities #RedeyeNetwork
  18. 18. “ What does it mean to be a 21st century photographer? Networked ...Image: Jenny Swerdlow & Rachel Appleby #RedeyeNetwork
  19. 19. Open door ...establishing new rules #RedeyeNetwork
  20. 20. Connected ...conversational #RedeyeNetwork #AdobeEdu12
  21. 21. Collaborative ...internationally #RedeyeNetwork
  22. 22. Personal ...meet the tutors Jonathan Worth and Matt Johnston #RedeyeNetwork
  23. 23. Open resources ...freely available #RedeyeNetwork
  24. 24. Sharing Licensing #PEDARE2013 #RedeyeNetwork
  25. 25. Conversations ...before the doors of the classroom are open, dialogues have already been shared. #RedeyeNetwork
  26. 26. Integrated ...featured in What’s Hot in Photography apps! #RedeyeNetwork
  27. 27. Open experiences Sharing resources Conversations with communities Critically engaged Principles ...to think about #RedeyeNetwork
  28. 28. Open experiences Sharing resources Conversations with communities Critically engaged Trusted Connected Hub (rather than supplier) Principles ...to think about #RedeyeNetwork
  29. 29. Effective ...does not equal to scale! #RedeyeNetwork
  30. 30. “ In fact, the more engaging social media becomes, the less scale it delivers. Think about it. We all know that social media is essentially conversational and personalised. But conversations only work with a small group of people: the more people you add to a conversation (the more scale you add to it), the less effective it becomes. Richard Stacy ...Why social media is a dangerous concept #RedeyeNetwork
  31. 31. Going back to the drawing board ...and work out what you want to say! #RedeyeNetwork
  32. 32. Revisited The traditional reading list... most visited post in the class...(Friends of Phonar Book List) The ‘Reading List’ is now the #DigHum13
  33. 33. New Partnerships! ...a ‘living’ book-project #RedeyeNetwork
  34. 34. ANDY ADAMS DAVID CAMPBELL CHARLOTTE COTTON MISHKA HENNER STEPHEN MAYES KATRINA SLUIS COMMUNITY LEADER ACADEMIC WRITER POST-PHOTOGRAPHER AGENT DIGITAL CURATOR Collaborators more coming... #RedeyeNetwork
  35. 35. Sneak preview ...Openly licensed #RedeyeNetwork
  36. 36. JONATHAN SHAW mail@jonathan-shaw.com @time_motion www.jonathan-shaw.com www.newfotoscapes.org Presentation available at: http://slidesha.re/1gftIZ6 #RedeyeNetwork #INTED2013
  37. 37. 1. It’s like a brand new media object. It’s a media experience. 2. That’s a hot topic how people feel about the concept of being a curator. 3. I’m not even sure if we should be calling it photography anymore, since the great majority of it isn’t technically photography at all. They’re just images. 4. I always think about an audience engagement component. 5. So language is actually still a significant constraint. 6. One thing that has happened within the creative industries in the twenty-first century, has been an aging of creative industries and their workforces. 7. I think the first stage of emancipation is to abandon hope that the situation is any less challenging or in need of radical change than it really is. Across the world, creative people in the fields of photography, curation, activism, writing, filmmaking, know that the money is spent. 8. I have also been interested in creating structures for iterative processes, because we are at a time that is not definitive in a conventional sense - it is in flux. 9. I don’t think a photographer needs to be a curator at heart, but I think a photographer doesn’t need to understand the curatorial mode of their practice for sure. 10. The artists who I think will define this moment, who do define this moment for other artists are actually invisible to most cultural institutions. 11. Understand the digital not as a set of technological developments, but an entirely new conceptual landscape. 12. I do think the production of photographic icons is something that is undertaken by the photographic community, rather than actually the wider public, or even media community generally. 13. The lament for a front page is something that always occurs within the context of an anxiety about abundance. I think this anxiety is way overstated. 14. So here the important thing is a distinction between potential and actuality. 15. We moved to the idea of visual storytelling as kind of a rubric. Because we wanted to locate things into that much larger space and zone. 16. I use the image in a way in which to open up questions of provenance really, because really once a photograph is on a screen is it video, is it animation? 17. Photography is about a computational object. 18. I'm sure methods for us to disappear will become more prevalent and valued over time. But for an artist, visibility is significant. 19. “Actually, your value is integrity. The point is that you’re credible and people believe you. That’s what people will pay for; not the images.” 20. What I love is the degree of visual literacy that we now live with. 21. “What happens to all these pictures? How do we archive them?” My question was, “Why?” Why would you archive them? 22. I think we do live with this slightly specious belief that there is such a thing as an important image and such a thing as an unimportant image. 23. Video is now assuming the role of a factual vehicle. “This is what it looked like; this is what happened; this is who was there.” The picture, the still photograph becomes very much more about the idea of. 24. I think the limiting resource at this point is imagination. From the book... What do we think? #RedeyeNetwork

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