|Author||Stallabrass, Julian, editor of compilation.;|
|Pagination||223 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.|
|Note||Formerly CIP. Includes bibliographical references. "Illustrations include work by: Simon Norfolk, Paul Seawright, Thomas Hirschhorn, Don McCullin, Tim Page, Ashley Gilbertson, Susan Meiselas, Sebastiao Salgado, Stephanie Sinclair, and Ghaith Abdul-Ahad. This richly illustrated book is a visual, theoretical and historical resource about the photography of war, and how images are used as instruments of war. It comprises essays and interviews by prominent theorists, artists and photographers and covers the urgent issues of the depiction of war, the use of im ages of war by the media, various forms of censorship, the military as a PR and image-producing machine, the circulation of unofficial images and the impact of the digital mediascape. High-level critical texts about the image war and the reproduction of s ome of the most compelling images of war, offer readers a unique experience. Memory of Fire draws on content gathered for the 2008 Brighton Photo Biennial, curated by the book's editor Julian Stallabrass, supplemented with commissioned texts and interview s. Covering a range of twentieth-century war photography from the Russian Revolution to current wars, particularly in Iraq and Afghanistan, many types of images are illustrated and analysed, from large-scale museum photography and artist installations, th rough photojournalism and official army propaganda, through to amateur images made by soldiers and civilians."--Page 4 of cover.|
|Place made||Brighton :|
Memory of fire : images of war and the war of images / edited by Julian Stallabrass.
Machine generated contents note: Julian Stallabrass Introduction -- Eduardo Galeano Excerpt from Memory of Fire -- Julian Stallabrass The Power and Impotence of Images -- Philip Jones Griffiths interviewed by Geert van Kesteren/Brigitte Lardinois/Julian S tallabrass -- Rita Leistner Embedded with Murderers: Balad, Iraq, July 15th, 2003 -- Ashley Gilbertson interviewed by Julian Stallabrass -- Sarah James Making an Ugly World Beautiful? Morality and Aesthetics in the Aftermath -- Adam Broomberg and Oliver C hanarin interviewed by Julian Stallabrass -- Coco Fusco Now You See It, Now You Don't -- Geert van Kesteren interviewed by Brigitte Lardinois -- Stefaan Decostere Image, War, Impactology -- Trevor Paglen interviewed by Julian Stallabrass.
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