4. September 2019, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana

17:15-18:30: Business Meeting

18:30: Get together


5. September 2019, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana

09.00-09:15: Introduction: Images and Practices on the Move (Asko Lehmuskallio, Tampere University)

09:15-10:15: Keynote

Jill Walker Rettberg (University of Bergen): Machine images: From Vertov’s Kino-Eye to deep fakes and selfie lenses.

10:15-10:45: Coffee

12:15: Panel 1

Doron Altaratz (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem): Hybrid photography: Software agency and computational proprioception in smartphone photography.

Minna Saariketo (Aalto University): The unchallenged persuasions of mobile media technology.

Yanai Toister (Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art): Image operativity and phantom subjectivity.

12:15-13:30: Lunch

13:30-13.45: Poster 1

Susana Barreto*, Heitor Alvelos*, Cláudia Lima** and Eliana Penedos-Santiago* (ID+, *Universidade do Porto, **Universidade Lusófona do Porto): The Wisdom of Art and Design academics for visual research.
13:45-15:15: Panel 2

Ilija Tomanić Trivundža and Andreja Vezovnik (University of Ljubljana): “Symbolic photographs” in news: Floating signifiers and beyond.

Susan Keith (Rutgers University): Notre Dame is burning: How image choices moved around the world.

Katy Parry and Giorgia Aiello (University of Leeds): The Everyday Africa photography project as a challenge to iconicity and photojournalistic conventions.

15:15-15:45: Coffee

15:45-17:15: Panel 3

Patricia Prieto-Blanco (University of Brighton): On the phatic and family photography.

Joanna Kędra (University of Jyvaskyla): Mapping digital communication practices of transnational Polish families living in Finland – a case of elicitation interviews using interactive collage.

Federico Lucchesi, Seraina Tarnutzer and Katharina Lobinger (USI Università della Svizzera italiana): Visual Intimacy – Moving towards an overall conceptualization


6. September 2019, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana

9:00-10:00: Keynote

Paul Frosh (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem): Moving images: On the mobility and motility of digital photography.

10:00-11:15: Panel 4 – Poster Session 2 (with coffee)

Sara Callahan (Stockholm University): Muybridge in motion: The use and function of the locomotion studies in late 20th and Early 21st century visual culture.

Carolina Cambre (Concordia University, Montréal): A speculative anarchy: Evaluating visual methods.

Sarah Lauß (University of Applied Arts Vienna): Exploring amateur film. Methodological approaches to private moving images.

Boris Ruzic (University of Rijeka): An image that moves: Rabih Mroue and the ‘incomplete’ image.

Hadas Schlussel (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem): How does a video feel? Users’ perceptions of ‘hypersensory videos’ on social media

11:15-12:15: Panel 5

Yi Chen (University of the Arts London): Envisioning images as cultural materiality.

Apoorva Nanjangud and Stijn Reijnders (Erasmus University Rotterdam): Understanding fan-reenactments in media tourism: The case of Bollywood song ‘Gerua’ and Indian tourists in Iceland.

12:15-13:30: Lunch

13:30-15:00: Panel 6

Ida Roivainen (Tampere University): “Girlbosses”, authenticity and entrepreneurship on YouTube’s lifestyle channels.

Maria Schreiber (University of Vienna): Digital visual practices. Dimensions and affordances of visual networked communication.

Leslie-Jean Thornton (Arizona State University): Confluencies of art and time: Momentary connectedness on Instagram for the Notre-Dame fire.

15:00-15:30: Coffee

15:30-17:00: Panel 7

Gaby David (Uni Sorbonne Nouvelle): Intersubjectivity and visual mobile autoethnography? Yes, it’s legit!

Susan Keith (Rutgers University) and Leslie-Jean Thornton (Arizona State University): Following images on the move across platforms: Methodological challenges for under-resourced researchers.

Seraina Tarnutzer, Federico Lucchesi and Katharina Lobinger (USI Università della Svizzera Italiana): Methods on the move. Grasping the complexities of visual communication practices with repertoire-oriented approaches.