Acknowledgments Foreword - Adam Bell Introduction - Charles Traub Part 1. From the Lens 1. Photography Is (1961) - Arthur Siegel 2. Keep It Simple Stupid, Just Make a Good Picture: The Basics of Photography (2012) - Gerry Badger 3. Excerpt from A New History of Photography: The World Outside and the Pictures in Our Heads (2008) - Ken Schles 4. Photographs about Photographs (2010) - Adam Bell 5. On Books and Photography (2012) - Ofer Wolberger, Jason Fulford, and Adam Bell 6. Stillness, Depth, and Movement Reconnected (2012) - Robert Bowen 7. A Little History of Photography Criticism; or, Why Do Photography Critics Hate Photography? (2010) - Susie Linfield 8. If You See Something, Say Something: Why We Need to Talk about and Teach Visual Literacy, Now (2014) - Marvin Heiferman Part 2. Vision and Motion 9. Excerpt from Vision in Motion (1947) - Laszlo Moholy-Nagy 10. Stillness (2008) - David Campany 11. The Annihilation of Time and Space (2004) - Rebecca Solnit 12. On Editing and Structure (2002) - Wolf Koenig 13. Flickering Screens (2008) - Ai Weiwei 14. A Lecture (1968) - Hollis Frampton 15. Flatness/Depth. Still/Moving. Photography/Cinema. (2012) - Grahame Weinbren 16. HD Vision (2012) - Bob Giraldi, Ethan David Kent, Christopher Walters, Charles Traub, and Adam Bell 17. Moving Away from the Index: Cinema and the Impression of Reality (2007) - Tom Gunning 18. Seeing around the Edge of the Frame (2001) - Walter Murch 19. Sensorial Cinema: Conjectures/Conversations (2014) - Scott MacDonald 20. Reconquering Space and the Screen (2005) - Pipilotti Rist and Doug Aitken 21. Looking and Being Looked At (2014) - Shelly Silver and Claire Barliant 22. It's about Time (2013) - Christian Marclay and Amy Taubin Part 3. Old Medium/New Forms 23. Photography and the Future (2010) - Tom Huhn 24. Machine-Seeing (2012) - Trevor Paglen and Aaron Schuman 25. There Is Only Software (2011) - Lev Manovich 26. Google Street View: The World Is Our Studio (2011) - Lisa Kereszi 27. Exploring Options (2011) - Alec Soth and Charles Traub 28. On (2014) - Charlie White 29. Sharing Makes the Picture (2012) - Barry Salzman 30. Posits and Questions (2014) - Fred Ritchin and Brian Palmer 31. Capture/Curate Touch/Play: Reality Is the New Fiction (2014) - Claudine Boeglin and Paul Pangaro 32. A Post-photographic Manifesto (2011) - Joan Fontcuberta (trans. Graham Thomson) 33. Feedback Manifesto (2010) - David Joselit 34. Ant!foto and the Antifoto Manifesto (2013) - Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber 35. Creative Interlocutors: A Manifesto (1997) - Charles Traub Notes List of Contributors Credits
Adam Bell is a photographer and writer. Coeditor of The Education of a Photographer, he has written for numerous publications, including Afterimage, The Brooklyn Rail, The Art Book Review,FOAM Magazine, photo-eye, and Paper Journal. He is currently on staff and faculty in the MFA Photography, Video, and Related Media Department, School of Visual Arts. Charles H. Traub is chair of the MFA Photography, Video, and Related Media Department, School of Visual Arts, and president of the Aaron Siskind Foundation. His many books include Dolce Via: Italy in the 80s, The Education of a Photographer, and In the Realm of the Circuit, and his writings have been published in Connoisseur, Fortune, Newsweek, Aperture, U.S. News & World Report, Afterimage, Popular Photography, American Photographer, and The New Yorker.
"Through its variety of voices, Vision Anew doesn't promote a new language to define "lens art," but dissects the languages that the medium itself has created." -- Taylor Dafoe The Brooklyn Rail