Trigger Magazine 5 - 1

Trigger #5

Engergy

£23.00

Trigger #5: Energy is the FUTURES year book of 2023, and is composed by the editorial board consisting of Julia Gelezova & Ángel Luis González Fernández (PhotoIreland), Emese Mucsi (Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center), Daria Tuminas (FOTODOK), and Tom Viaene (FOMU). Contributions by: Duncan Wooldridge, Sylvia Ballhause, Máté Dobokay, Agata Madejska,... ​​Read More

Trigger #5: Energy is the FUTURES year book of 2023, and is composed by the editorial board consisting of Julia Gelezova & Ángel Luis González Fernández (PhotoIreland), Emese Mucsi (Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center), Daria Tuminas (FOTODOK), and Tom Viaene (FOMU). Contributions by: Duncan Wooldridge, Sylvia Ballhause, Máté Dobokay, Agata Madejska, Mariama Attah, Euridice Zaituna Kala, René D’amour Hitimana, Risk Hazekamp, Eline Benjaminsen, Tanja Engelberts, Bas Blaasse, Hannah Fletcher, Hiroki Shin, Cara Daggett, Sheng-Wen Lo, Cale Garrido, Kateryna Radchenko, Yana Kononova, Tina Farifteh, Yvette Monahan, Hiền Hoàng, Sebastian Koudijzer, Léonard Pongo, Caroline Woolard.

 


Trigger

is a new publication platform concerning photography and is an annual thematical magazine in collaboration with Fw:Books. 

publishes non-academic essays, interviews, opinions, new narratives, and invites writers, photographers, thinkers both to reflect on new perspectives in photography (exhibition) and to revisit practices and images from the past from new angles/approaches. It aims to make connections and strives to critically reflect on photography in and outside institutional contexts. It wants to open up debate by disclosing photography collections and archives and making artistic research available to different publics.

Impact
24 x 32 cm
Softcover
88 pages
2023
English
In Stock
Trigger

is a new publication platform concerning photography and is an annual thematical magazine in collaboration with Fw:Books. 

publishes non-academic essays, interviews, opinions, new narratives, and invites writers, photographers, thinkers both to reflect on new perspectives in photography (exhibition) and to revisit practices and images from the past from new angles/approaches. It aims to make connections and strives to critically reflect on photography in and outside institutional contexts. It wants to open up debate by disclosing photography collections and archives and making artistic research available to different publics.