Still Searching... is a continually growing online discourse on the media of photography featuring multiple participants. It adopts many of the features of an ordinary blog, but turns them against the spectacle, offering an intellectually challenging and interactive discussion on all aspects of the photographic. It is conceived in the widest terms, debating (amongst other themes) photographic production, techniques, aesthetics, distribution and reception. It also addresses theoretical foundations, ontologies and historical contexts. The blog appears five times per year and is written by critics, theorists, educators and photographic artists. It has a readership from around the world. In short, Still Searching explores the photographic’s role in constituting the dominant visual media of our time.

The blog was launched on 15 January 2012.

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