Daniel Rubinstein’s work situates the visual image, post-phenomenology, new media and psychoanalysis as a practice-led encounter with contemporary philosophy and art. Daniel is living in London where he is course leader of an MA in contemporary photography: practices and philosophies in Central Saint Martins. Together, in 2010, Daniel co-founded the journal Philosophy of Photography. His most recent works include: ‘The Diogenes complex’; Sublime Living in Irrational Times and the essay collection Fotografie nach der Philosophie. His newest book, The Sentient Image, will be published by Routledge in 2022.