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Daniel Palmer

Daniel Palmer is a writer and Senior Lecturer in the Art Theory Program in the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at Monash University. He has a long-standing involvement with the Centre for Contemporary Photography in Melbourne, as a former curator and current board member. His publications include the books Twelve Australian Photo Artists (2009), co-authored with Blair French, and the edited volume Photogenic: Essays/Photography/CCP 2000–2004 (2005). His scholarly writings on photography have appeared in journals such as Photographies, Philosophy of Photography, Angelaki and Reading Room, and he regularly contributes to art magazines including Art & Australia and Frieze. His current research focuses upon the digital image and collaboration in photography.

Keywords:  civil contract of photography, Ariella Azoulay, surveillance, terrorism, photography restrictions

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