Joël Vacheron is a journalist and sociologist writing mainly about music, photography and design. He is interested in the impact of technological innovations on the creation of narratives and aesthetics. His work has appeared in various blogs, magazines, catalogues and monographs and he co-authored two publications, PostWestern (2013) and Dadabot (2015), which deals with the notion of creolization. Joël Vacheron is currently a lecturer in visual communication at ECAL / Lausanne, and was principal researcher for the projects Digital Strategies in Genre-Defining Magazines (2016) and Augmented-Photography.ch (2017).
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