Sluis, K, Paul, C, & Stallabrass, J 2013, ‘The Canon After the Internet’, Aperture, 213, pp. 36-41

Sluis, K, Paul, C, & Stallabrass, J 2013, ‘The Canon After the Internet’, Aperture, 213, pp. 36-41, Humanities Source, EBSCOhost, viewed 10 December 2013.  http://ezproxy.deakin.edu.au/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=hus&AN=92625467&site=eds-live

An interview is presented with media theorist Christiane Paul and art historian and curator Julian Stallabrass in which they comment on how new technologies, such as the Internet, may shape future histories of photography and how they are transforming the notion of a photographic canon. Paul and Stallabrass also discuss how the practices of photographic archiving and collecting are being redefined, and how will this determine the way future histories of photography are organized and told.

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