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Seeing is believing : the politics of the visual

Author: Rod Stoneman
Publisher: London, U.K. : Black Dog Publishing, [2013] ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This is a personal and analytical account investigating the politics of visual communication. Several thousand times a day we assimilate visual imagery at speed, a process accelerated in the digital world. The book explores the complex and reciprocal dynamic between world and image in this most visually mediated society. Everyone 'knows' images can be false or deceptive, but we all live and work in constant denial  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rod Stoneman
ISBN: 9781908966056 190896605X
OCLC Number: 807025135
Description: 189 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: History/Politics --
Art/Culture --
Film/Television --
Products/Possessions --
The quotidian/The strange --
Verosimilitude and delusion --
Coda : looking back in anger?
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This is a personal and analytical account investigating the politics of visual communication. Several thousand times a day we assimilate visual imagery at speed, a process accelerated in the digital world. The book explores the complex and reciprocal dynamic between world and image in this most visually mediated society. Everyone 'knows' images can be false or deceptive, but we all live and work in constant denial of this idea and its implications. In a world saturated with media we act as though we are immune to their effects.

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