[NetBehaviour] 5 meditations on the work of Karin Rudolph by Michael Szpakowski

ruth catlow ruth.catlow at furtherfield.org
Mon Nov 13 10:46:06 CET 2017

5 meditations on the work of Karin Rudolph


is the third of three pieces by Michael Szpakowski on people who are 
posting work to the photography sharing site Flickr.

In this final article he looks at the work of Karin Rudolph, a Belgian 
photographer, currently living in Athens, where she works as a wedding 
and event photographer and raises two teenage sons. In addition to her 
work for pay she makes an ongoing series of ‘personal’ images which she 
regularly posts to the photo sharing site Flickr.

Much of Rudolf's work is gathered here on Flickr 

The introductory section of thefirst piece, /An interview with Andrea 
Judit Tiringer/ 
contains an extended justification for why Szpakowski believes that 
Flickr is (and should remain) of interest to those concerned with art 
and the network.

The second piece, /Notes on Images by Joseph Cartright 
can be read here.



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