So why is it that there is still a complicated, rivalrous relationship between the worlds of art and photography? Why is photography still referred to in a semi-derogatory way? What is it about photography that makes it, for some people, inherently of less worth when held up against other art mediums? In April 2012 Susan Bright was invited by the Saatchi Gallery (London) to participate in a discussion with Mitch Epstein, Geoff Dyer and Hannah Starkey to explore the status, display and appreciation of photography in the art world.