Teaching & PhD
Humanities and Social Sciences Program
The class looks at the history of photography through the lens of one of the major preoccupations of photographers since the 19th century and the ensuing debates: should it be sharp or blurred?
This seminar examines the importance of blur in the history of representations - photography, painting and cinema - in order to grasp its functions and issues.
The seminar proposes a collective research project on the subject of blur in the history of representations - photography, painting and cinema.