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Photographies numériques : pour un espace public de la mémoire

Abstract : In an age of cameraphones, avatars and blogs, the question is not only why and how photography transforms our bodies into political body, but also how the digital image can still produce political body ? In fact, new modes of production, archiving and dissemination don't suspend politics process of images, but they move it in a different manner. My hypothesis is that by disturbing the credibility associated with photography for over a century, digital techniques move the political stakes of images to another level : that of memory.
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Louise Merzeau. Photographies numériques : pour un espace public de la mémoire. Politiques de la photographie du corps, Klincksieck, pp.171-180, 2007, l'image & les images. ⟨halshs-00483301⟩



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