Photography is today, even more than in the past, a privileged practice to understand the digitization of reality and consequently the new ways of experiencing it. The essay traces the genealogies and theoretical conditions that led to the present situation, focusing on the role played by digital photographs; it weaves together the acquisitions of aesthetics and visual culture to highlight the vitality of photography and its uses today.
|Number of pages||126|
|ISBN (Print)||9788855090322; 9788855090353|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|