POLS 3262 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Amelia Jones, Laura Mulvey, Mercator Projection

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Apollo 17 crew photograph: december 7, 1972 [image]: a picture of the planet, what is seen and what is not seen (there"s no humans). February 14, 1990 [image]: more photos will be taken this year [2015] than were taken in the entire history of the analogue camera business. , benjamin evans. How many pictures? august 27, 2015. https://www. ben- evans. com/benedictevans/2015/8/19/how-many-pictures. Penguin books, 2015: a visual culture is not simply the total amount of what has been made to be seen, such as paintings or films. A visual culture is also the relationship between what is visible and the names that we give to what is seen. It also involves what is invisible or kept out of sight. In short, we don"t simply see what there is to see and call it visual culture. Rather, we assemble a world- view that is consistent with what we know and have already experienced (mirzoeff 2015, 11). The year from above. the new york times.

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