Jörg M. Colberg

Jörg M. Colberg wurde 1968 in Wilhelmshaven geboren. Nach seinem Abitur studierte er Physik in Bonn und promovierte (spezialisiert auf Supercomputer-Simulationen der Evolution des Universums) an der Universität München. Anschließend arbeitete er für kurze Zeit in der Software-Industrie, um dann an die Universität zurückzukehren und dort in verschiedenen Forschungsfeldern der theoretischen Kosmologie zu forschen. Während dieser Zeit startete er auch seinen Blog/Website Conscientious, den er seit 2002 betreibt und der seitdem mehrfach Erweiterungen und Neuausrichtungen erfahren hat: Gegenwärtig ist Conscientious Langtexten zur Gegenwartsfotografie gewidmet. Colbergs Aufsätze zur Fotografie erschienen in zahlreichen Kunstkatalogen und in internationalen Publikationen zur Fotografie wie dem FOAM Magazine. 2010 wurde Colberg Mitglied des Lehrkörpers des neu gegründeten International Limited-Residency Photography MFA Program der Hartford Art School/University of Hartford in den USA und unterrichtet außerdem am Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) sowie am Rhode Island College of Design (RISD). Seit 2012 ist Colberg Assistant Professor für Fotografie an der Hartford Art School/University of Hartford.

Jörg M. Colberg was born in Wilhelmshaven, (then West-) Germany, in 1968. After graduating from high school, he studied physics in Bonn, to later graduate with a doctorate from the University of Munich (specializing in supercomputer simulations of the evolution of the Universe). After a brief stint in the software industry, he returned to academia, to work on various aspects of theoretical cosmology. In the meantime, in 2002, he started to work on his blog/website Conscientious, which underwent a series of expansions and mutations, to now be dedicated to long-form writing about contemporary photography. His writing has also appeared in artist monographs and in international photography periodicals, such as FOAM magazine. In 2010, Jörg joined the faculty of the newly formed International Limited-Residency Photography MFA Program at Hartford Art School/University of Hartford, while also teaching at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) and at the Rhode Island College of Design (RISD). In 2012, he became an assistant professor of photography at Hartford Art School/University of Hartford.

Presenting Wij zijn zeventien by Joan van der Keuken

Wij zijn zeventien; photographs by Jo(h)an van der Keuken; essay by S. Carmiggelt; C.A.J. van Dishoeck; n.d.

Presenting The New Town by Andrew Hammerand

The New Town; photographs by Andrew Hammerand; Houseboat Press; 2013

Presenting Reflection and Refraction by Daido Moriyama

Reflection and Refraction; photographs by Daido Moriyama; text by various authors; Asia One Books; 2012

Presenting Pictures from the Real World by David Moore

Pictures from the Real World; photographs by David Moore; essay by David Chandler; 32 pages; Dewi Lewis/Here Press; 2013