Hyperviolence - Images of violence / The gaze of the alienated human being in social upheaval
Black color cut
Inside: Munken Polar 90g/m2
Cover: Munken Polar 300g/m2
Cellophaning with coarse linen structure glossy
Digital printing at buch.one
This book maps apart a discourse on the representation of violence in the media imagery. In addition to theoretical discourses on the topic from different perspectives of philosophy and politics, currently researched contents form a dialogue between recipient and medium. Here, readers are confronted with unusual perspectives, old ways of looking at things are questioned, and new perspectives are revealed. Current events and the confrontation with them in the public media alternate dialectically with questions raised by the reception of these pictorial events. It is important to explore these various dialogues in the book for oneself and to question one's own mechanisms of perception concerning images of violence.
Exhibited at itsabook Leipzig 2022