eyephoneography, The Hub, Madrid, Spain

From the press release on eyephonography.com:

After the first edition of eyephoneography, we are thrilled to announce that eyephoneography #2 will take place in Madrid from April 15th to May 29th, 2011.

The work of Matt Burrows, ©arlein, Stefano Giogli and Jordi V. Pou will be featured in this second edition and will inspire off- and on-line debates culminating in an in-person series of talks during the opening weekend.

The goals of eyephoneography are to link the digital world back to the physical one and to support mobile photography by offering various interaction opportunities for photographers and their audiences and by promoting its artistic and social potential. In this context, eyephoneography #2 will have two components: on the one hand, an exhibit featuring the work of four international mobile photographers, and on the other hand, a series of talks and discussions about fields related to mobile photography, namely photography and the arts, communication and technology, and social action.

The show will take place at the Sala EFTI, one of the two galleries of Spain’s leading photography school, EFTI, and it will include the work of four creators who have chosen mobile photography to convey their message in stunning ways.

Regarding the place, we are thrilled to collaborate with EFTI. This pioneering Spanish photography school was founded in 1987 and it now counts with over 2,500 square meters (27.000 square feet) devoted exclusively to photography. Its goal is to create a living environment where teaching, training, exhibiting and activities related to photography can take place.

I am honored to be selected to this event’s selection committee, along with seven other iPhoneographers, photographers, teachers, artists — it’s an impressive and credentialed group. I’m also very honored that Project Organizer Rocío Nogales has asked me to contribute a piece to this event’s program.

Read the entire post here on eyephoneography.com.