Cambridge Scholars Publishing is delighted to announce the publication of PaintingDigitalPhotography: Synthesis and Difference in the Age of Media Equivalence. Born out of the PaintingDigitalPhotography conference, held at QUAD Derby, UK, in May 2017, the collection investigates aspects of interconnectivity between painting, digital and photography in contemporary art practices. It contributes to critical discourses around networks of associations by examining where syntheses occur, and differences remain, between these mediums at the beginning of the twenty first century.
On Wednesday 26th of September a book launch was held at the University of Derby by Carl Robinson, editor of the collection and Head of Fine Art at the University of Derby. Carl’s ongoing PhD research follows the theme of the book, combining paint and digital photography into single pieces, with the broader aim of rethinking the borders and boundaries of painting in our digital age. Below are some photos from the book launch, and the book itself can be purchased directly from Cambridge Scholars by clicking here. Please use the discount code PDP20 to receive a 20% discount off the book. For more information about Carl, go to his website here.