The latest issue of „Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change“ deals with the visual analysis of social movements.
Together with Priska Daphi and Anja Lê I wrote a piece about „Images of Surveillance: The Contested and Embedded Visual Language of Anti-Surveillance Protests“.
Abstract: This chapter provides an analysis of images produced and employed in protests against surveillance in Germany in 2008 and 2009. For this purpose, a method of visual analysis is developed that draws mainly on semiotics and art history. Following this method, the contribution examines a selection of images (pictures and graphic design) Weiterlesen