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Issue, Complete (2015)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Journal of Aesthetics & Culture
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects:
--(All articles for Visual Frictions published 8 December 2015)
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    • Hal Foster (Seattle, WA: Dia Art Foundation, 1988), ix.
    • Essays on Verbal and Visual Representation (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1994).
    • See, for example, Karin Becker, ''Gestures of Seeing: Amateur Photographers in the News,'' Journalism*Theory, Practice & Criticism 16 (2015): 451 69; Karin Becker and Patricia Tovar, ''Awakening the Past, Expressing the Present: Stories of Photography, Migration and Belief in a Mexican 1.
    • See also Hal Foster, ''Preface,'' in Vision and Visuality, ed. Hal Foster (Seattle, WA: Bay Press, 1988), ix xiv.
    • The concept of activated affordances is developed by Gillian Rose in Doing Family Photography. The Domestic, the Public and the Politics of Sentiment, Kindle Edition (Surrey: Ashgate, 2010). I have found it useful also in Asko Lehmuskallio, Pictorial Practices in a ''Cam Era.'' Studying Non-Professional Camera Use (Tampere: Tampere University Press, 2012).
    • William John Thomas Mitchell, ''Showing Seeing: A Critique of Visual Culture,'' Journal of Visual Culture 1 (2002): 165 81.
    • For a range of examples, see Nicholas Mirzoeff, ed., The Visual Culture Reader (London: Routledge, 1998) or the discussions in Janne Seppa¨nen, The Power of the Gaze: An Introduction to Visual Literacy (New York: Peter Lang, 2006).
    • See Foster, ''Preface''; and Mitchell, ''Showing seeing.'' Important exceptions include Georgina Kleege, ''Blindness and Visual Culture: An Eyewitness Account,'' Journal of Visual Culture 4 (2005): 179 90; Georgina Kleege , ''Visible Braille/Invisible Blindness,'' Journal of Visual Culture 5 (2006): 209 18; and Gili Hammer, ''Blind Women's Appearance Management. Negotiating Normalcy between Discipline and Pleasure,'' Gender & Society 26 (2012): 406 32.
    • As cited in Marouan Omara and Johanna Domke, ''Crop,'' in Cairo: Images of Transition: Perspectives on Visuality in Egypt 2011 2013, ed. Mikala Hyldig Dal (Bielefeld: Transcript-Verlag, 2013), 113.
    • Mohamed Elshahed, ''Tahrir Square: Social Media, Public Space,'' in Cairo: Images of Transition: Perspectives on Visuality in Egypt 2011 2013, ed. Mikala Hyldig Dal (Bielefeld: Transcript-Verlag, 2013), 20 5.
    • Samia Mehrez, ''The Language of Tahrir*Working Together on Translating Egypt's Revolution,'' in Cairo: Images of Transition: Perspectives on Visuality in Egypt 2011 2013, ed. Mikala Hyldig Dal (Bielefeld: Transcript-Verlag, 2013), 39.
    • Peter Snowdon, ''The Revolution Will Be Uploaded: Vernacular Video and the Arab Spring,'' Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research 6 (April 17, 2014): 401 29.
    • Mona Abaza, ''Post January Revolution Cairo: Urban Wars and the Reshaping of Public Space,'' Theory, Culture & Society 31, no. 7 8 (December 1, 2014): 171.
    • Ibid., 171.
    • Deborah Gould, ''On Affect and Protest,'' in Political Emotions: New Agendas in Communication, eds. Janet Staiger et al. (New York: Routledge, 2010), 32.
    • Sarah Pink, Doing Visual Ethnography: Images, Media and Representation in Research, 2nd ed. (London: Sage, 2007), 40.
    • som kulturform och kunskapsform; Selander and Kress, Design f¨or l¨arande*ett multimodalt perspektiv; Søren Kørup, ''Pleading for Plurality: Artistic and Other Kinds of Research,'' in The Routledge Companion to Research in the Arts (London: Routledge, 2010), 24 43; Pink, Doing Visual Ethnography; and Sarah Pink, Doing Sensory Ethnography (London: Sage, 2009).
    • G o¨thlund et al., ''Kunskapens framtra¨dandeformer''; G o¨thlund and Lind, ''Intermezzo*A Performative Research Project in Teacher Training;'' and Helena Danielsson, ''Double Perspectives: Multimodal Degree Projects and Society,'' International Journal of Education through Art 9, no. 1 (2013), 197 212.
    • G o¨thlund et al., ''Kunskapens framtra¨dandeformer''; and Peter Pericles Trifonas, ed., Pedagogies of Difference. Rethinking Education for Social Change (New York: Taylor & Frances, 2003).
    • Borgdorff, ''The Production of Knowledge in Artistic Research.'' Ibid., 51.
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