In the YouTube era, there’s a steady upload of images recorded and broadcasted with the goal of exposing power abuses on the part of state structures. What happens to those images? What is the political role of the archive, and in what way can it counter the perennial nature associated with this kind of dissemination methods? How can these images protect, but also insult?
In the presence of Helen Yanovsky (B’Tselem), Vincent Carelli (Vídeo nas Aldeias) and José Gomes Pinto (researcher).
The talk will be held in English, with no translation.
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