In Pursuit of Error is a practice research project which evolves through theorizing the nature of the error in photography, and, more broadly, the ideology of the ‘mistake’ in visual culture. Through observing, testing and questioning the images that I am sent I have evolved a series of observations which have been published and presented internationally.
Publications and presentations are listed below, most are available to download or read online:
September 2018 ‘Living Images: The Photographic Error as Embodied Knowledge’
Conference paper presented at Creative Image: Ways of Seeing, Representing and Reshaping Reality, First International Conference of the Visual Research Network, 26-27 September 2018, Manchester University, UK
May 2018 ‘Neither the One or the Other: Photographic Errors – Subjectivity, Subversion and the In-between’
March 2018 ‘The Value of Uncertainty: The Photographic Error as Embodied Knowledge’
Conference paper presented at Helsinki Photomedia – Reconsidering the “Post-Truth Condition”: Epistemologies of the Photographic Image, 26-28 March 2018, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland
November 2016 ‘The Intermittent Image’
Conference paper presented at Post Screen: Intermittence+Interference, part of the International Festival of Art, New Media and Cybercultures, 17-18 November 2016, Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Lisbon, Portugal.
September 2015 ‘In Pursuit of Error’
Video slide show and symposium discussion presented at Carbon Meets Silicon, The Arts Expo of ITA15 (The International Technologies and Applications Conference), 8-11 September 2015, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, Wales