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#collectingsocialphotography - nordisk projekt om digitalt socialt fotografi

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Oplæg ved LFF vinterseminar 2016 #collectingsocialphotography – Nordisk digitalt indsamlingsprojekt Elisabeth Boogh (Stockholms Läns Museum), Kajsa Hartig (Nordiska Museet), Bente Jensen (Aalborg Stadsarkiv) og Anni Wallenius (Finnish Museum of Photography)

De præsenterer ”state of the art” i et nordisk projekt, der skal undersøge hvilke nye praksisser, der opstår, når fotografiet ophører at være et statisk og klart afgrænset udsagn, der hovedsageligt kan betragtes som videnskabelig dokumentation og nu mere er en del af en dialog eller en online samtale. Hvilke konsekvenser har denne ændring potentielt for indsamling og forståelse af fotografiet, når det på sin vis erstatter traditionelle analoge medier som dagbog og brevsamlinger. -se mere om projektet på: http://collectingsocialphoto.nordiskamuseet.se/

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#collectingsocialphotography - nordisk projekt om digitalt socialt fotografi

  1. 1. A three (or more!) year project, started in May 2015 Kajsa Hartig, Nordiska museet, Elisabeth Boogh, Stockholms länsmuseum, Bente Jensen, Aalborg Stadsarkiv, Anni Wallenius, The Finnish Museum of Photography LFF Vinterkursus 21. januar i Odense
  2. 2. PARTICIPANTS: Aalborg City Archives The Finnish Museum of Photography Nordiska museet Stockholm County Museum
  3. 3. The Social Digital Photograph
  4. 4. Photo: Scott Griggs, Flickr, CC-BY-ND
  5. 5. http://collectingsocialphoto.nordiskamuseet.se
  6. 6. 1. memory, narrative and identity 2. creating and maintaining relationships 3. self- representation 4. self-expression. Personal photography today is primarily pursued for four overlapping reasons:
  7. 7. ” Snapchat isn’t about capturing the traditional Kodak moment. It’s about communicating with the full range of human emotion – not just what appears to be pretty or perfect.” http://blog.snapchat.com/post/22756675666/lets-chat
  8. 8. ?
  9. 9. Photography isn’t anymore about a single image or photographic object. It is part of a chain of registered data. The digital photography of our time is momentary, and therefore there is a high risk it never gets to museum and archives collections. Another risk is lack of metadata. Few photographers, whether professional or amateur, supply their imagefiles with searchable keywords.
  10. 10. PROJECT GOALS
  11. 11. Bridging analogue and digital work practices
  12. 12. To describe and map the role of the photograph collections, current methods and workflows in museums and archives today,
  13. 13. To describe and map the role of social media and social digital photographs in society – how it affects collecting and disseminating of digitally born photographs.
  14. 14. To describe and map and the role of the collecting heritage organisations (as compared to other organisations/companies collecting and disseminating photographs) and how users perceive archives/museums.
  15. 15. Trough research and pilot projects define evolving methods for collecting and disseminating contemporary social digital photographs, in museums and archives.
  16. 16. Nordiska museet • Drygt 6 000 000 fotografier i samlingarna • Under nästan 20 år värd för Fotosekretariatet • Nationella fotograf- registret • Regelbundna foto- utställningar
  17. 17. http://www.stockholmslansmuseum.se/projekt/foto/
  18. 18. Strategies for collection: • Collect in realtime • Cooperate with photographers • Use up to date technology • Collect in quantity as well as quality • Explore new motifs and way’s of using photography • Give advice to the photographers • Cooperate with researchers Foto: Elisabeth Boogh Foto: Malin Klasell
  19. 19. The main differences between analogue and digital photo: • Why people photograph. • How it’s used and… • …how it is disseminated.
  20. 20. The Finnish Museum of Photography is national special museum for photography, its task being to promote and foster Finnish photographic art and culture.
  21. 21. Collections policy: ”to collect good, representative examples of all photographic cultures” → instead of thematic or regional focus, our interest in photography lies in collecting and exhibiting different genres of photography, different uses of photography and phenomena related to photography
  22. 22. ”The Internet has fundamentally changed photography. Never in history have people created so many photographs to such vast and immediate audiences as today. Never before has the individual snapshot taken by ordinary men and women had such global political impacts. Photographs have become integral in all forms of our communication. Today, sharing pictures is as important as creating them.” http://www.valokuvataiteenmuseo.fi/en/exhibitions/future/10982
  23. 23. ”Although technological changes, such as digitalization, the Internet, smart phones, and metadata have changed the concept of photography, the needs and desires behind taking photos have remained surprisingly similar. We still use photographs to enhance our memories, to construct our identities, to find love, and to stay in touch with those close to us.” http://www.valokuvataiteenmuseo.fi/en/exhibitions/future/10982
  24. 24. Photos: Virve Laustela / The Finnish Museum of Photography.
  25. 25. Erik Kessels: 24 hours in photos, a detail. Photo: Virve Laustela / The Finnish Museum of Photography.
  26. 26. Photo: Virve Laustela / The Finnish Museum of Photography.
  27. 27. Bente Jensen, Aalborg City Archives #collectingsocialphotography and Aalborg City Archives …. pilot project considerations at this stage
  28. 28. To describe and map the role of social media and social digital photographs in society – how it affects collecting and disseminating of digitally born photographs.
  29. 29. according to the general strategy of collecting (acquisition) of the city archives: to document the city development to document the life of individuals in the city - and organizations and business
  30. 30. analyzing how to collect photos through social media using a hashtag “decided” by the archive #juliaalborg15 #mitaalborg #winterinaalborg16 #juliaalborg14
  31. 31. questions: *documentation of changes *visualization of topography(what are the motifs) *testing selection methods *testing harvest methods *testing how to capture metadata *consider legal rights analyzing practices method: logbook and interviews#juliaalborg13 #juliaalborg14 #juliaaborg15 #juleniaalborg (2012)
  32. 32. Aalborg City Archives: #myaalborg – 21.000 photos focus on Life in town - documentation ? how to select ? what kind of information do the archives obtain here- it would not get using traditional methods ?
  33. 33. colCollecting on an individual level: digital forms of diary and letters on social media based on photo that even replaces mails collect local personal accounts from instagram and snapchat ?
  34. 34. when people move to new platforms what do the archives and museums do - follow ?
  35. 35. collection and documenting practices through logbook and interview and ??
  36. 36. Thank you! Tak! Tack! Kiitos! collectingsocialphoto.nordiskamuseet.se #collectingsocialphoto

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