What is it about?

The paper approaches the following question: What is the relationship between (1) images and imaging practices and (2) geographical research that seeks to critique or think besides humanism?

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Why is it important?

Images are more than our embodied response to them. That is, they have an ecological existence that exceeds our habits of perception and recognition that must be understood if we are to understand what images do in the world via the production of subjectivity.


I'd like to extend this paper into a wider project thinking about the disindividuating powers of images: that is, to examine how the affective and post-human power of images concerns their capacity to disindividaute the subject.

Thomas Keating
University of New South Wales

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This page is a summary of: Imaging, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, July 2019, Wiley,
DOI: 10.1111/tran.12326.
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