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350 000 000 photographs onto Facebook everyday
350 000 000 photographs onto Facebook everyday

Hans Block, Moritz Riesewieck

What we don’t see

Almost 30 years ago the promise was given to connect people around the globe through an asysnchronous and decentralized netlike infrastructure. The “inventor” of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, guessed its potential to change the world fundamentally: “This is experimental. However, it could start a revolution in information access.” The internet was supposed to become an emancipatory project of the many. Everything was intended to be able to be linked, commented, supplemented, and discussed. From now on everyone would...
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Language can never be private

Johannes Binotto

Language can never be private

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  • language
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"Curriculum Vitae in Pictures“

Maria Zinfert (ed.)

Kracauer. Photographic Archive

Kracauer. Photographic Archive presents  largely unknown material from the estate of the German-American theorist of film and photography, ­Siegfried Kracauer and his wife and assistant Elisabeth, known as Lili. The single and group portraits, still lifes, street scenes and landscapes collected in this book all come from the estate of Siegfried Kracauer. Published here for the first time, they are an extensive and representative selection from the enlargements, contact sheets and rolls of film originally archived by Lili Kracauer. With...
  • 1950s
  • 1930s
  • biography
  • 20th century
  • archive