International Conference on Ophthalmic Photography
ICOP 2023 – 14 – 16 April
Meeting Venue: SS Boot, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Interested in ophthalmic imaging? Attend ICOP2023! ICOP, the International Conference on Ophthalmic Photography, will take place in April 2023, hosted by The Rotterdam Eye Hospital and the Dutch Ophthalmic Photographers Society, in the beautiful city of Rotterdam, The Netherlands!
ICOP2023 is intended for anyone who is involved with ophthalmic imaging: photographers, medical imagers, optometrists, ophthalmologists, physicians. Presentations will cover a broad area between technology, pathology and the intersection between these two. ICOP2023 will take place at the S.S. Rotterdam, an antique cruise ship, and promises three full days of lectures and scientific papers presented by international speakers from all over the world.
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Maria Ikenberg Lindberg Keynote Address
Will Wilson, Diné photographer
Will Wilson’s art projects center around the continuation and transformation of customary indigenous cultural practice. He is a Diné photographer and trans-customary artist who spent his formative years living on the Navajo Nation. With his lens based artistry, Wilson challenges the traditional portrayal of the indigenous North American image and reclaims it for modern generations.
Wilson studied photography, sculpture, and art history at the University of New Mexico (MFA, Photography, 2002) and Oberlin College (BA, Studio Art and Art History, 1993). In 2017, Wilson received the New Mexico Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts. His work is exhibited and collected nationally and internationally.
Will Wilson will give the Maria Ikenberg Lindberg Keynote Address. This endowed lectureship, in the memory of Maria (Ikenberg) Lindberg is the opening presentation at the BCA Annual Meeting, BIOCOMM 2020 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This address will inspire and set the tone for the meeting.
In his keynote address Will Wilson will discuss his work as a lens-based artist and educator with a special focus on two of his current projects, the Auto Immune Response (AIR) project and his Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange (CIPX).
More information about Will Wilson can be found here
Anne Shiras Pioneer Lecture
Stalked by Technology – The Challenges of Forensic Image Interpretation
Gale Spring, FBPA
For over 40 years, Gale Spring has witnessed the impact and challenges of technology on the interpretation of images. He will take us on a journey through time to look at how the photography landscape has changed.
Please join us in Historic Santa Fe, New Mexico for our 90th annual meeting, BIOCOMM 2021
Save the Date: 16-18 April 2021
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