University of Technology Sydney

88013 The Politics of the Image

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This subject explores the phenomenon of the image as a ubiquitous political tool. Through the interrogation of examples drawn from media, theory, and art, students are challenged to reflect upon the role of the image in global politics. Students explore concepts of the witness, authenticity, and ethics through the creation of projects that combine research and practice.

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Spring session, City campus

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