Jennifer Pollard explores the historical role of image slideshows in advocacy efforts by photographers including Lewis Hine and Jacob Riis.
Jennifer Pollard is a Senior Lecturer in Photography at the London College of Communication, http://www.lcc.arts.ac.uk/
About THE THIRD FRAME: Visual Imagery and the Representation of the Majority World
March 10, 2010
London College of Communication
This one day conference at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, in collaboration with OPEN-i, POLIS at the LSE and One World Media, addressed the problematic relationship of visual imagery and the majority world, focusing specifically on the interactions between practitioners, NGO’s and their audiences.
Presenters included Ed Kashi, Professor Lilie Chouliaraki (LSE), Professor David Campbell (Durham university), Jessica Crombie (Water Aid), Olivia Arthur (Magnum), Rachel Palmer (Save the Children), Jennifer Pollard (LCC), Ben Chesterton (Duckrabbit), Charlie Beckett (POLIS), Maxyne Franklin (BritDoc), Leigh Gibson (Seventh Art).