: 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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To understand a photograph you need to understand why it was produced and how those who might read the photograph might have understood it. Photography, Space, Terrorism and the London Bombings. The rapidly growing, though still just incipient discipline of photographic history has much to gain from applying these ideas.
This is where he starts talking about Foucault’s idea of surveillance. Syllacrostics rated it it was amazing Sep 22, Dudley Andrew – Be the first to ask a question about Burden Of Representation.
Jennifer Lewis rated it really liked it Apr 11, But how did photographs come to be established and accepted, what sort of agencies and institutions have the power to enforce this status and, more generally, what concept of photographic representation is entailed and what are its consequences?
Account Options Sign in. The common themes and arguments within them, along with his carefully considered introduction, provide a new knowledge of photography and of its varied institutional histories.
Photographic Depiction, Detection, and Reproduction. But the most interesting part of this book is how the author applies these ideas in practice by looking at what particular groups of photos do and mean.
The Burden of Representation
Essays on Photographies and Histories. There is a fantastic part of this book where he talks of the slum clearances in Leeds. Some of them I will eventually get representaion to reviewing on my blog – but that might take a while. Marx would have just quoted Hegel – but unfortunately, no one reads Hegel anymore. Diane Neumaier – – Temple University Press. What sorts of agencies and institutions had the power to give them this status?
Avi rated it liked it Dec 30, Maybe I was just ready to hear this stuff now, as it probably is just a quick summary of what is said in the introduction – but johj part was utterly inspired. Paperbackpages. Zachary rated it really liked it Dec 25, But Marx representtation see the main game as being the class struggle and I do understand that women and non-whites might just think, ‘stuff you, I’m not waiting till you guys sort yourselves out before I get my freedom’.
Sign in to use this feature. It isn’t obvious because it is almost impossible for us to understand or believe that photos aren’t just stolen slices of time — unproblematically capturing reality. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Once upon a time this guy was a Marxist.
Devon Johnson fo it liked it Apr 24, Tania Anne Woloshyn – – Medical Humanities 39 1: Jason Lester rated it really liked it Jun 21, Common terms and phrases albumen print albums burdn analysis argued art history artistic Berenice Abbott body bourgeois calotype camera Cameron capitalist codes complex conception constituted daguerreotype Discipline and Punish discourse documentary dominant Dorothea Lange economic emergence essays evidence existence force forms Foucault function House Ibid Ideological State Apparatuses industry institutions intervention John Szarkowski knowledge labour Leeds City Lenin Lev Tolstoy Library London means mechanical Michel Foucault mode Museum nineteenth century object Officer of Health organisation particular photographic practice picture Plate police political portraits portraiture prisons privileged problem production Quarry Hill realism reality record reform regime of truth relations of twgg representation reproduction rhetoric Sanitary Select Committee signifying social relations society space specific status strategy Street structure struggle Stryker surveillance T.
My friend Eric sent me the course on visual sociology that he teaches – well, the texts that he uses anyway.
He makes the point that power isn’t just a matter of something that suppresses people in society, but rather, power creates spaces that allow certain types of people to become inevitable. Please enter the letters displayed.
Burden Of Representation: Essays on Photographies and Histories
But, as something else I’ve been reading lately says, the difference between the women’s movement and the Black Power movement and the class struggle is that the class struggle is the only one that wants to resolve things by getting rid of the ‘Other’. Nov 27, Trinster00gmail. How the taking of photographs and how people were encouraged to read them proved essential to deciding to clear certain slum areas. Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy.
His books, which often focus on the relationship between photography and power, include The Burden of Representation: Clint rated it really liked it Jun 13, John Tagg represents a new voice in American photo criticism.
Burden Of Representation: Essays on Photographies and Histories by John Tagg
An important and impressive collection of essays. Erica Hasselbach rated it it was amazing Mar 21, Want to Read saving…. The other brilliant part was the last chapter from about page bugden to about Spatial Formations Nigel Thrift No preview available – Books by John Tagg. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Capitalism is the great standardiser.
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