Curated by Alessandro Dandini de SylvaFondazione Pastificio Cerere, Rome 3 October–8 November 2013
“Palinopsia” presents a selection of recent works that pose questions about the state of the art for photography and visual culture in general in the world of today that is dominated by the Internet.
New technologies have greatly influenced photographic practice, expanding its vocabulary and the scope of its potential development and applications. They have led to many changes such that graphical elaboration by means of computer software has now become the principal means for the production for images. Exploring the digital image is an ongoing process at work in the sector of contemporary photography, which has led to a blurring of the boundaries between manual interventions and digital effects, as well as between reality and its manipulation.