The interdisciplinary practises from students of MA Photography reflect the novel forms of dissemination, proliferation, and function of images that surround us today. Exploring this digital condition opens up enquiry into what photography might be, beyond a two-dimensional representation, fixed in time. Ideas that question/problematise traditional binary approaches to thought and production mesh with a reevaluation of what it means to be a photographic artist interacting with society via the “black box” of a camera.