Some #100hardtruths on Images

A path through the primer focusing on hardtruths about photography, (in)visibility, and the power of images.

“In a time where the promise of self-expression has been fundamentally realized only to be as quickly commodified, where our righteous images are easily ripped from their origins so that one person’s proof can become someone else’s opposing “truth,” curatorial projects supported by cultural institutions that ground our images and our acts of reception in carefully constructed contexts might be some of the best possible “good” holding environments, places that might enable us to remake ourselves as the informed, receptive, interactive, embodied citizens most worthy of making use of the history and current conditions of the social justice images in our midst.” (from #100hardtruth #27: new mage holding environments needed)

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