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Unshowable Photographs discussion

An audio recording from the panel discussion “Unshowable Photographs” at TPW R&D on September 20, 2012.

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Accompanying Event

Unshowable Photographs: Panel Discussion
David Campbell, Donald Weber, Sharon Sliwinski
Moderated by Gabrielle Moser

Thursday, September 20, 2012, 7pm

Working from Ariella Azoulay’s notion of the event of photography, and Susan Meiselas’s writing about untaken and unshowable photographs, this panel discussion asks respondents to discuss images that are difficult to show, have been withheld, or which we know exist but do not circulate.

Gabrielle Moser

Gabrielle Moser is a writer and independent curator. She is currently curator in residence as part of Gallery TPW R&D. She regularly contributes to Artforum.com, and her writing has appeared in venues including ARTnews, Canadian Art, Fillip, n paradoxa, and Photography & Culture. She has curated exhibitions for Access Gallery, Gallery TPW, the Leona Drive Project and Vtape. She is a PhD candidate in art history and visual culture at York University, where she also teaches.