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Anne Douqué (No Man’s Land)
Rob van Hoesel
NPN Printers (NL)
Brabants Kenniscentrum voor Kunst en Cultuur
The Screendump project is an ongoing investigation and exploration of photography in the virtual world. The first publication from this project, Screendump #1 by Suzan Geldhoff (NL) and Karin Krijgsman (NL) is about photography and virtual strolls through Google Street View. Following a number of texts and a collection of works, the outlines of a new genre occur in a new photography era: the age of virtual photography.
Screendump #1 contains work by Michael Wolf, Mishka Henner, Hans Gremmen, Jon Rafman, Diederick Overbeke and Nicolas Mason. They find their ‘pictures’ on Google Street View, they roam day in day out. They know that they purposely maneuvering between the limits on one hand and on the other hand, the possibilities of this new technique. It produces images that can refer to the timeless, classic landscape and street photography, but also images that are just relentlessly expose the modern zeitgeist.
Karin Krijgsman trained as a photographer at St. Joost, Breda and the University of Leiden, Master Photographic Studies. She curated exhibitions for, among others, BredaPhoto and Fotofestival Naarden, is a founder of Fw: and is the course leader of the photography department at St. Joost since 2007.
Suzan Geldhoff gained a broad background knowledge in arts and culture through the Comparative Arts bachelor at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, and has specialised in photography at the Master Photographic Studies, University of Leiden. She works as an independent researcher and curator, and has developed projects with, among others, Paradox, the Netherlands Fotomuseum, Kunstbalie, and the Special Collections Department of Leiden University.