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Call for Papers2019-05-03T12:07:18+02:00

HIGHLIGHTED THEME | RECURRING THEMES

Recurring Themes

Image and Society

  • Mass media. Culture industry.
  • The society of the spectacle.
  • The phenomenon of ‘second screen.’ Multitasking viewers.
  • Media influence and political world.
  • Visual sociology. Visual dimensions of social life.
  • Cultural dimensions of the image: race, ethnic origin, gender, age, sexuality, bodies.
  • Advertising. Rhetoric of the image.
  • Propaganda: forms, psychological mechanisms, and political agendas.
  • Global and local images.
  • Galleries. Museums. Achaeological sites.
  • Cultural heritage.
  • Fashion. Design. Cosmetics.
  • Body image. Cosmetic surgeries. Eating disorders.
  • The impact of social media on male/female body image.

The Image Industry

  • Cultural policies.
  • Film industry. Film festivals.
  • Painting and sculpture exhibitions.
  • Auction houses. Agents and agencies.
  • Local and international trade.
  • Digital distribution platforms. Streaming.
  • Self-publishing and self-promotion. Youtubers.
  • Digital devices: smartphones, tablets, augmented reality.
  • Media and education. Edumedia.
  • New business models and new processes.
  • Copyright and intellectual property.
  • Graphic design tools.
  • Interactive multimedia content.
  • Video games.

Visual History and Philosophy

  • History of art.
  • Philosophy of art. Aesthetics.
  • The visible and the invisible.
  • Images and material culture.
  • Technologies of the image.
  • Analyzing images.
  • Iconographic documents. Image archives.
  • Image and social networks. Images on the cloud. Internet.
  • Webcams. Privacy and surveillance.
  • Intellectual property rights. Creative Commons. Reusability.
  • Authorship. Co-authorship. The author-function concept. Death of the author?
  • Elements of the image: perspectives, colors, lines, sight.
  • Visual ethics I: religious images, philosophical images and metaphors, photo and video journalism, filmaking.
  • Visual ethics II: ethics of visual production, ethics of visual reception. Codes of ethics and self-regulation.
  • New visual ecologies. New philosophies.

Visual Culture

  • The substance of the image.
  • Visual form vs visual function.
  • Static images: photography, painting, drawings, comics, sculptures.
  • Dynamic images: cinema, TV, videos, documentaries, animation.
  • Visual rhetoric: charts, paintings, diagrams, webpages, advertising, movies, newspapers, magazines, photographs, newsreels.
  • Explicit images. Hidden messages. Ways of seeing.
  • Visual learning. Visual literacy. Interpreting, negotiating, and making meaning from images.
  • Visual fine arts: drawing, painting, sculptures, photography, video, cinema, ceramics.
  • Visual applied arts: industrial design, graphic design, fashion design, interior design, decorative art, architecture.
  • Visual communication. Semiotics.
  • Visual storytelling: channels, archetypes, emotions, and engagement.
  • Transmedia storytelling.
  • Visualization technologies.
  • Geographical Information System (GIS). Conceptual maps.
  • Digitization and visualization of cultural objects. 2D and 3D.
  • Medical images. Images in/of science.

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