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Ines Schaber

 
Ines Schaber (born 1969 in Reutlingen, Germany, lives and works in Berlin and Los Angeles) is a visual artist. For fifteen years, she has worked on the notion of the archive through which she has examined a set of questions underlying archival photographic practices. The projects, case studies, writings, and artistic works she has produced in relation to these questions seek to trace new or alternate archival practices. Since 2014, she teaches at the California Institute of the Arts, in the School of Art, Program of Photography and Media.
 
Ines Schaber - Notes on Archives 2 - Culture Is Our Business
2019
English edition
Archive Books
The second in the series of publications "Notes on Archives" dedicated to archival practices, Culture is Our Business offers a comparative case study on the archival policies of a commercial agency and a non-profit independent organization through the example of a 1919 image by photographer Willy Römer.
Ines Schaber - Notes on Archives 4 - Dear Jadwa
2019
English edition
Archive Books
The fourth in the series of publications "Notes on Archives" dedicated to archival practices, Dear Jadwa draws on a photographic archive from the Wadi Ara Valley in Israel to reflect on how visual archives can shed light on forgotten stories.


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