Writing Images

Graphic Writing

In the second form of critical visual analysis, artists use onscreen typography, as well as images, graphics, voice and music in combination, creating a masterful example of multi-register discourse, one that invites a form of combined reading and viewing that blurs the boundaries between the two that is highly instructive for the digital humanities. The example here is James Benning’s 1984 film, American Dreams (Lost and Found).

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