Friday, 9th November, 2018 – Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon

9:00-9:45 Registration
9:45-10:00 Welcome – Main auditorium

Panel 1 – Main auditorium
Andréa Brächer – Sandra M L P Gonçalves  The power of the image in photojournalism: Ricardo Chaves, a case study
Isabel Stein  Molotov-click: the domestication of weapons
Marc Lenot  The documentary work of Robert Capa as a political weapon serving the funding myths of the State of Israel

Panel 2 – Room 3.61
Jeroen Verbeeck  Photographing Work as a Negative Presence in Allan Sekula’s Fish Story (1989-1995)
Rana İğneci Süzen and Gül Yaşartürk  The Man in the Square: A Parody of Modern Individual
Cristina Lopes  Sekula and photography documents

11:30-12:00 // coffee break

Panel 3 – Main auditorium
Janet Zandy  Where is the audience for Marion Palfi’s There Is No More Time: An American Tragedy?
Jehane Zouyene  A nation tale: photographic narratives of post-war France
Samuel Antichi  Re-inventing a new account of the past. Re-enactment as counter-history in Rithy Panh’s The Missing Picture

Panel 4  – Room 3.61
Chiara Falcone  ACTIVESTILLS: contemporary photography between documentary and activism
German A. Duarte  The society of the Monoform. Fractalizing one-dimensional narratives in the audiovisual
Gustavo Racy  The Photographer as Producer: on the possibilities of photography after Walter Benjamin

13:30-15:00 // Lunch

Panel 5 – Main auditorium
Andreia Alves de Oliveira  Photography and the Critique of the (Neoliberal) University
Paul Lowe  Picturing the Predator: Subverting the militarisation of vision
Ying Sze Pek  Farocki/Steyerl: The Documentary of Algorithmic Realism

16:30-17:00 // Coffee break
17:00-18:30 – Main auditorium

Keynote Speaker José Bragança de Miranda Cinema and geo-aesthetics: for a kind of cinema politics

19:00 – Main auditorium

Sofia Sampaio and Lúcia Nagib present Aniki – Portuguese Journal of the Moving Image (Vol 05, Nº 2)

20:00 // Conference dinner


Saturday, 10th November, 2018 – Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon


Panel 6 – Lagoa Henriques auditorium
Birgitte Thorsen Vilslev  ABCinema – amateur film politics
Jessica Werneke  Peculiarities in Photographing the Periphery: Photography Clubs in Soviet Latvia
Madalena Miranda  The emancipatory road of precarious images in communities, as expanded cinema.
Nela Milic  Materialising Site

Panel 7 – Room 3.61
David Gledhill  Seeing Clearly: The politics of focus in photo-derived contemporary painting
Freya Field-Donovan  American Document
Gillian Sneed  Gendered Subjectivity and Resistance: Anna Maria Maiolino’s Films and Photo-Performances during the Brazilian Military Dictatorship of the 1970s

12:30-13:30 // Lunch

Panel 8 – Lagoa Henriques auditorium
Matthew Mason  Mythologies of Mao(ism): Depictions of China and the ‘Cultural Revolution’ in European Cinema at the Dawn of Postmodernity (1967 – 1972) – Godard, Bellochio, Antonioni
Susana Mouzinho  Experiments in cinema and militant video: the beginnings of a theory
Julia Okołowicz  The Lens of Oppression: “A Pair of Glasses” by Anna Maria Ortese and Carlo Damasco

Panel 9 – Room 3.61
Jessie Bond  A Revolution in the Photobook: Susan Meiselas’ Nicaragua
Sigrid Lien  The Politics of Silence in Marja Helander’s Photography- and Film Production
Stephanie King  Mediating Difference at the (Post-)Industrial Periphery: Exit Photography Group’s Survival Programmes in Britain’s Inner Cities.

15:00-15:30 // Coffee break
15:30-17:00 – Lagoa Henriques auditorium

Panel 10 (Environmental policy)
Justin Carville  Topographies of Terror, Terrain Vague and the Blind Field in Post-Celtic Tiger Photography
Liz Johnston Drew Imaging Albion: A Poetic Realism. Challenging perceptions of visual documentary in the North of England 1968 – 2008. Part Two: Where is their Voice? ‘The Revolt of the Faeries and the Elves’
Meghan Bissonnette  David T. Hanson’s Waste Land Series

17:30-19:00 – Lagoa Henriques auditorium

Keynote Speaker David Bate The Refugee Image


TLC 2018 program