Friday, 11 July 2014

Summer Looking and Listening?

Normally at this time of year people produce summer reading lists - so as a moving image alternative here is a vintage piece of 'research', a short film from the late 1980s called Green on the Horizon made by Philip Sanderson (LSBU) and Steven Ball (CSM). Described as "part fake public information film, part occult jaunt" Green on the Horizon has just been re-issued by way of the new BFI player and is available to view for the princely sum of £1. Inclusion on a BFI DVD is promised for later in the year by which time, Film of The Same Name, a self-reflexive remake we are currently editing should also be completed.  

If looking wasn't enough then you can also visit the new Sanderson Bandcamp page where various electronic/music works from the early 1980s to the present day can be found including the latest release - Back Projection (warning may contain songs). That's probably enough promotion for now.

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

The Photographic Image in Network Culture: Research Assistant

Research Assistant (0.4 FTE)

The main purpose of this role is to participate in research on The Photographic Image in Network Culture. The research will be supervised by Katrina Sluis, Senior Lecturer and Curator of the Digital Programme at The Photographers’ Gallery London, and Professor Andrew Dewdney. Their joint research into the photographic image in network culture is connected to The Photographers’ Gallery’s future digital exhibition programme as well as feeding into funding development for new research with external partners in the cultural industries.

We are looking for someone whose research overlaps with our topic and who is interested in both practical explorations of the possibilities and opportunities presented by online platforms, as well as developing new understandings of the agency of images and economic and social organisation of software.

The post would ideally suit someone who is already working part time in a cultural organisation and/or someone who is interested in gaining experience of learning and teaching in the Higher Education Sector.

For further details please contact: Katrina Sluis:, or Andrew Dewdney:

This is a part-time (0.4), fixed term post, available until 31 July 2015. This post is graded at Grade 6. The full time salary is £28,179 per annum, inclusive of £3,166 London Weighting per annum. Pro rata salary is £11,272 per annum, inclusive of £1,266 pro rata London Weighting. Hours of work are 14 per week, days to be agreed with the line manager.

The closing date for applications is 27 July 2014, with interviews to be held on 11 August.

Application form: Word 2007--2010 / Word 2003

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