In this newly commissioned essay, Daniel Rubinstein answers one of photography’s most complicated questions. In our contemporary image- world of computers and algorithms, what are the key philosophical questions proposed by the medium of photography today?
Review of Dag Petersson, The Art of Reconciliation: Photography and the Conception of Dialectics in Benjamin, Hegel, and Derrida, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Rubinstein D., The digital Image, Mafte’akh; Lexical Review of Political Thought (6,1) Minerva Humanities Centre, Tel Aviv University. 2014.
Rubinstein D., Golding J. and Fisher A. ‘On the Verge of Photography; Imaging Beyond Representation’, ARTicle Press, 2013.
Rubinstein D. ‘Discourse in a Coma: A Comment on a Comma in the Title of Lyotard’s Discourse, Figure‘, Zētēsis (1,1), (ARTicle Press, 2013).
Rubinstein D. and Sluis K. ‘The Digital Image in Photographic Culture; The Algorithmic Image and the Crisis of Representation’. In: The Photographic Image in Digital Culture, 2nd edition (ed. Martin Lister). (London, Routledge 2013) ISBN 978-0-415-53527-4
Rubinstein D and Sluis K. ‘Notes on the Margins of Metadata; concerning the undecidability of the digital image’. Photographies (6,1) (Routledge 2013) ISSN 1754-0763
Rubinstein D. ‘Photography Between Representation and Difference; or the Smile of Schrödinger’s Cat.’ In: Either/And (National Media Museum, 2013)
Rubinstein D. GIF Today, in “Born in 1987”, Catalog Essay for The Photographers’ Gallery, June 2012
Rubinstein D. ‘Tag, tagging’, Philosophy of Photography (1,2) (Intellect, 2011) pp.197-200, ISSN 20403682
Rubinstein D. ‘Towards Photographic Education’, Photographies (2,2) (Routledge. Oct. 2009) pp.135-142, ISSN 17540763
Rubinstein D. and Sluis K. ‘A life more photographic; Mapping the Networked Image’. Photographies (1,1) (Routledge. March 2008) pp.9-28, ISSN 17540763
Rubinstein D. ‘Digitally Yours; The Body in Contemporary Photography‘. Issues in contemporary culture and aesthetics (2&3) (Nerve, September 2009) pp.181-195, ISBN 0955003725
Rubinstein D. ‘Cameraphone Photography; Death of the Camera and the Arrival of Visual Speech’. Issues in contemporary culture and aesthetics (2,1) (Nerve, May 2005) pp.113-118, ISBN 0955003709