6-28 June 2008. MiCamera displays a selection of unpublished multimedia works by some young photography students from the Academy of Beaux Arts of Brera in Milan. The event analyzes with precision and irony the use of the photographic media in the age of informatics. The viewers can go through seven interactive projects, which invite them to navigate in the enormous virtual space offered by the web.
Among the students are Simona Barbagallo, who presents a work entitled Look for and Call contacts, which uses Skype, a well known software of video-phone conversation, to put the viewers in contact with a series of other people, who can shoot images, which are received and printed in real time by the first ones. Silvia Bresciani focuses on family photography, establishing a relationship of continuity between the use of the traditional analog camera (documented by old family photo albums) and digital technology (the webcam which catches what happens in real time at a distance in the family home).