: Burden Of Representation: Essays on Photographies and Histories (): John Tagg: Books. The Burden of Representation: Essays on Photographies and Histories. Front Cover. John Tagg. University of Minnesota Press, – Photography – pages. The author traces a history which has implications not only for the theory and practice of conventionally separated areas of amateur, professional, technical.
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Meghan rated it it was representatio Mar 29, Jonathan rated it it was amazing Mar 28, Sign in Create an account. The first chapter is about how photographs became the middle class version of oil portraits.
Dominika Solowiej rated it really liked it Feb 11, Critical Histories of Photography. What sorts of agencies and institutions had the power to give them this status? And more generally, what conception of photographic representation did this involve, and what were its consequences?
But this was also the age of Eugenics in medicine and so photographs could also be used to help hohn which physical features were related to which antisocial dysfunction. Ariella Azoulay – – Verso.
The Burden of Representation
Photographs are used as documents, records repredentation evidence every day in courtrooms and hospitals, on passports and driving licences. Dudley Andrew – Books by John Tagg.
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U of Minnesota Press- Photography – pages. Rejecting the idea of photography as a record of reality, Tagg traces a previously unexamined history that includes the meaning, status, and effects of photographs. The Legal Image’s Forgotten Aesthetics.
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It’s all a matter of concrete universals. Not just My friend Eric sent me the course on visual sociology mohn he teaches – well, the texts that he uses anyway. Thanks for telling us about the problem. There are repreeentation cameras everywhere here in London – it is actually a bit of a joke – even if a not terribly funny one.
The Burden of Representation Essays on Photographies and Histories
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To ask other readers questions about Burden Of Representationplease sign up. What rdpresentation of photographs were seen seen as purely instrumental and able to function in this way?