- Title Pages
1Images of the world, images of conflict
2Worldmaking frame by frame
3Working images: Harun Farocki and the operational image
4Affective image operations
5Method, madness and montage: assemblages of images and the production of knowledge
6Image operations: refracting control from virtual reality to the digital battlefield
7Sensorship: the seen unseen of drone warfare
8Images that Last? Iraq videos from YouTube to WikiLeaks
9Images of terror
10The making and gendering of a martyr: images of female suicide bombers in the Middle East
11Photographic archives and archival entities
12Exposing the invisible: visual investigation and conflict
13Human rights in an age of distant witnesses: remixed lives, reincarnated images and live-streamed co-presence
14The hunger striker: a case for embodied visuality
15The visual commons: counter-power in photography from slavery to Occupy Wall Street
- (p.1) Introduction
- Image Operations
- Jens Eder, Charlotte Klonk
- Manchester University Press
In the introduction the editors outline the concept of image operations, illustrate its relevance and consider the empirical, theoretical, and ethical questions that arise from it. They also discuss the basic relations between images, media, agency, and conflict. As the subject lies at the intersection of several disciplines, they survey the literature, point towards the blind spots in existing research, and conclude with a summary of each contribution.
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