Review Excerpt Graubard’s Road to Nowhere is a mercurial title. Published by Loose Joints, the last home of which I might expect to find a book on civil war and discontent to be published, the work reflects neither a war book nor a specific Aftermath book. Aftermath or post-event photography is a genre that looks […]
“The phrase “necessary fictions” both characterizes state-created realities, whether simulation in the military training context or the deployment and consumption of fictions in civilian society, and also comments on the documentary form.”
“The ability to disseminate information via photographic images, no matter their actual content, will to representation, or state of factual existence has provided us with what we are currently experiencing in contemporary times as media language and the post-truth image”.
Winner of the European Short Film Award at the European Film Awards. In August 2012, Syrian photographer Issa Touma awoke to the dawn of the rebel uprising in the city of Aleppo. He spent the next nine days holed up in his apartment, filming the emerging civil war outside.
“(Nadav Kander) has made images of divination from a callous disregard of human life.”
Drone footage shows the devastated buildings of east Aleppo, Tuesday, less than 24 hours after the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) announced it had succeeded in pushing the opposition fighters out of the remaining neighbourhood.
All of the images have been collated from the Internet and are displayed spread by spread.
Found images from the Gulf War showing ‘How the West was Won’. Ride ’em cowboy.
War is a huge, infernal industry, the largest one on this planet. It seems presumptuous for one man to attempt to stand in the way of this machinery. Once war has broken out, everything spirals out of control almost immediately, turning even the armies and the soldiers who fight in it into helpless onlookers, victims of their own […]
“Every dried out mummy-corpse, every dead child, every snarl of these fucking dogs – it’s like they invade my dreams- I can’t get relief either awake or asleep.”
Brad Feuerhelm of ASX interviews Simon Baker – On Conflict, Time, and Photography. Pt. 5 See the entire conversation: HERE From the seconds after a bomb is detonated to a former scene of battle years after a war has ended, this moving Tate Modern exhibition focused on the passing of time, tracing a diverse and […]
Brad Feuerhelm of ASX interviews Simon Baker – On Conflict, Time, and Photography. Pt. 4 See the entire conversation: HERE From the seconds after a bomb is detonated to a former scene of battle years after a war has ended, this moving Tate Modern exhibition focused on the passing of time, tracing a diverse and […]