Posts Tagged ‘ media ’

Letting You In on a Secret: Alyssa DeLuccia’s Photographed Collages | 3 Quarks Daily

Terror with Theresa May Turning Her Back on Europe

. . . the philosopher Hannah Arendt analyzed precisely this in an interview with Roger Errera in 1974: If people are constantly lied to, the result isn’t that they believe the lies, but rather that no one believes anything at all anymore. (…) And a people that can no longer believe anything cannot make up its mind. It is deprived not only of its capacity to act, but also of its capacity to think and to judge. And with such a people you can then do what you please.

Letting You in on a Secret is an eloquent artistic inquiry into present-day politics, the media, and contemporary life — one that takes the form of a visual essay operating within the disturbance pattern of a subtle but crucial shift in medium…
Source: Letting You In on a Secret: Alyssa DeLuccia’s Photographed Collages | 3 Quarks Daily

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Moira Donegan: I Started the Media Men List

Photo-illustration by Stevie Remsberg/Photos Getty.

My name is Moira Donegan.

Source: Moira Donegan: I Started the Media Men List

Earthworms Dancing: Notes for a Biennial in Slow Motion by Raqs Media Collective – e-flux

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Tabula Rasa, concept developed by Raqs Media Collective in collaboration with Denis Isaia for “The Rest of Now,” Manifesta 7, Bolzano, 2008. Furniture Design by Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Muller.

Earthworms Dancing . . . Raqs Media Collective | e-flux

Don’t blame the election on fake news. Blame it on the media. | Columbia Journalism Review

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Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton (L) and Republican nominee Donald Trump salute the audience at the end of the final presidential debate at the Thomas & Mack Center on the campus of the University of Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 19, 2016. Democrat Hillary Clinton and rival Donald Trump face off in their last presidential debate on October 19, with the Republican candidate spiraling downward amid allegations of sexual misconduct and wild charges of a “rigged” US election. / AFP / POOL / joe raedle (Photo credit should read JOE RAEDLE/AFP/Getty Images)

Don’t blame the election on fake news. Blame it on the media. | Columbia Journalism Review

A version of this paper will be presented at “Understanding and Addressing the Disinformation Ecosystem,” a conference to be held December 15-16, 2017, at the University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School of Communication, organized by Claire Wardle and Michael Delli Carpini and sponsored by the Knight Foundation.

The Comey Letter Probably Cost Clinton The Election | FiveThirtyEight

This is the tenth article in a series that reviews news coverage of the 2016 general election, explores how Donald Trump won and why his chances were underrated by most of the American media.

Source: The Comey Letter Probably Cost Clinton The Election | FiveThirtyEight

A Longhouse Birdhouse: NANAO SAKAKI ~

Soil for legs


Axe for hands


Flower for eyes


Bird for ears


Mushroom for nose


Smile for mouth


 

Songs for lungs


Sweat for skin


Wind for mind

– Nanao Sakaki

A Longhouse Birdhouse: NANAO SAKAKI ~.

Sarah Schulman on ‘Conflict Is Not Abuse’: Rethinking Community Responsibility Outside of the State Apparatus | Engenderings

Ilana Eloit is a PhD candidate at the Gender Institute, LSE. She is an associate researcher to the program GEDI (Genre et discriminations sexistes et homophobes) coordinated by the University of Angers. She has contributed to the Dictionnaire des féministes to be shortly published by the PUF (Presses universitaires de France). Her PhD thesis focuses on lesbian politics in the 1970s and 1980s in France and in the United States.

Sarah Schulman on ‘Conflict Is Not Abuse’: Rethinking Community Responsibility Outside of the State Apparatus | Engenderings.

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