٠ Thomas Susanka’s ‘The Rhetorics of Authenticity: Photographic Representations of War’ (I of II) ٠

What follows are excerpts from a very interesting article by Thomas Susanka, published in “Paradoxes of Authenticity”, pp.95-113, edited by Julia Straub and published by transcript Verlag, Bielefeld, 2012 In the context of the following paper, as Susanka clarifies, ‘authenticity’ … Continue reading ٠ Thomas Susanka’s ‘The Rhetorics of Authenticity: Photographic Representations of War’ (I of II) ٠

┐ Alessandro Nassiri Tabibzadeh └

© Alessandro Nassiri Tabibzadeh, la verità non esiste (the truth does not exist), 2005 © Alessandro Nassiri Tabibzadeh, I won’t change the world If a man die it is because death has first possessed his imagination. But if he refuse death– no greater evil can befall him unless it be the death of love meet him in full career. Then indeed for him the light has gone out. But love and the imagination are of a piece, swift as the light to avoid destruction. So we come to watch time’s flight as we might watch summer lightning or fireflies, secure, … Continue reading ┐ Alessandro Nassiri Tabibzadeh └