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Motto @ Bökship / TLTRPreß Launch of The Significance of the Photographic Image in a Filmic Context / Thursday 7 November 2013, 6 – 9pm

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Motto @ Bökship
a temporary bookstore project
Thursday 7 November – Sunday 10 November 2013

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Thursday 7 November 2013, 6 – 9pm

Launch of The Significance of the Photographic Image in a Filmic Context
By Paulius Petraitis.
Published by TLTRPreß

Most recent debates about the impact of digitalization on photography either advocate a rupture between analog and digital, or deny that there are any differences at all. The present project, however, wants to emphasize the continuity of several cultural aspects without denying the differences between the two ways of image-making. Paulius Petraitis’ text follows a trajetory around a less focused relation in film and photography and adds both to the so-called “classic” understanding of photographic images, as well as rejecting any rupture in the current cultural perception of photography.

— Sahar Askari

NEW TLTRPreß title out now:

Paulius Petraitis: The Significance of the Photographic Image in a Filmic Context
Motto @ Bökship
a temporary bookstore project
Thursday 7 November – Sunday 10 November 2013
Opens Thursday 7 November, 6 – 9pm
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 12  – 6pm

Motto is a collection of temporary and permanent bookshops, a publisher and a distributor of independent publications. Motto distributes more than 150 publishers to a more than a 100 stores worldwide. Motto Berlin regularly functions as a space for book and magazine presentations, as well as special evenings dedicated to different discussions around publishing about art, graphic design, photography, typography and related matters.

http://www.mottodistribution.com

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Written by bökship

November 2, 2013 at 4:47 pm

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