If you are in London in a week or two, we would love to see you at The Photographers’ Gallery.
We will be once again be hosting a number of workshops as part of our Experimental Photo School Geekender at The Photographers’ Gallery on 5- 7th May which may be of interest to you.
The weekend will launch on Friday night with a new commission by Morehshin Alllayahri<http://www.morehshin.com/> on the Media Wall, who will also be giving an artists’ talk on her practice which explores digital colonialism, dark goddesses and the political potential of 3D scanning.
The programme includes:
* Machine’s Eye View, a workshop exploring machine vision from the perspective of neural networks with artist Gene Kogan: http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/machine-learning-for-artists
* Workers’ Education in the Age of Intelligent Machines, a half day offsite workshop with Adam Brown and Nicolas Malevé exploring the precarity of the photographic worker in the coming age of machine automation: http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/workers-education-in-the-age-of-intelligent-machines
* a two day workshop, Programming for Photographers http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/programming-for-photographers
* 'According to the Internet', a workshop on Image-search Optimisation with artist Gretchen Andrew: http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/according-to-the-internet
* On Sunday afternoon, artists working with 3D scanning, photogrammetry and hacked image scanners will be taking over our studio floor to give visitors a taste of expanded photographic practices (free, drop in).
You can read more about the weekend and book a place on the workshops over at: http://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/experimental-photo-school-2
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