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Moritz Neumüller — Workshop
Academy of Dramatic Art (ADU)
Photography Chair, Department of Cinematography
University of Zagreb
Trg Republike Hrvatske 5,
room 202 / second floor. T
Tel.: +385 (1) 4627 730
Tram No. 12, 13, 14, 17
With the collaboration of
Photography Association Organ Vida
This hands-on seminar is addressed at artists working with visual narratives through any lens based media, wishing to learn more about the possibilities of publishing, exhibiting and other ideal opportunities for outputting work. Participants are requested to have a project completed or close to completion ready to be distributed, and they can expect to leave with a solid plan at the end of the seminar.
Photography is a means and medium for the visual exploration and shaping of the world. We use it in an organized way, in “projects”, as opposed to single imagery, and in order to get these projects “out there”, a set of actions following is needed. While the goals of a Project can be aesthetic, scientific or political, the communication within the art world, the photographic community and the world of printed matter follow certain rules.
Editing and publishing are closely interrelated. While editing focuses on the single elements, publishing is about creating a comprehensive design as regards the medium you choose: a book, an exhibition, a website or a screening.
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Born in 1972 in Linz, Austria Moritz Neumüller, Ph.D. is a curator, educator and writer in the field of Photography and New Media. He has worked in research and management positions for international institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York, La Fábrica in Madrid and PhotoIreland, in Dublin. He currently directs the Photography Department of IED Madrid and is chief curator of the Photobookweek Aarhus, Denmark.
Recent curatorial projects include the exhibition Photobook Phenomenon at CCCB Barcelona and The Routledge Companion to Photography and Visual Culture, published by Taylor & Francis, New York in 2018. Since 2010, he runs The Curator Ship, a platform that provides useful information for visual artists. In 2009, Neumüller founded ArteConTacto, with the mission to make museums open to all audiences.