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The Nordic Journal of Aesthetics - No. 61–62

edited by Jacob Lund
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Nordic Society of Aesthetics
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ISSN: 2000-1452


6 Jacob Lund: Questionnaire on the Changing Ontology of the Image 

9 Emmanuel Alloa: A Lesser Being. From Louis Marin to Simondon and Back 
14 Heba Y. Amin: The General’s Stork 
36 Ina Blom: From Copilia to Anywhen 
40 Centre for the Study of the Networked Image, Geoff Cox, Annet Dekker, Andrew Dewdney, Katrina Sluis: Affordances of the Networked Image 
44 Yves Citton: Could Deep Fakes Uncover the Deeper Truth of an Ontology of the Networked Images? 
66 Claire Fontaine: Sensitive Content 
68 Sean Cubitt, Celia Lury, Scott McQuire, Nikos Papastergiadis, Daniel Palmer, Jasmin Pfefferkorn, Emilie K. Sunde: Ambient Images 
78 Anthony Downey: The Algorithmic Apparatus of Neo-Colonialism: Or, Can We Hold “Operational Images” to Account? 
84 Wolfgang Ernst: How Technológos “Responds” to What Used to Be Called “Images” 
94 Olga Goriunova: The Culling of Photographic Images 
98 Marina Gržinić: Necropolitical Screens: Digital Image, Propriety, Racialization 
108 Asbjørn Grønstad: Screening Absence 
116 Ayesha Hameed: The Plant and the Person 
120 A. S. Aurora Hoel: Image Agents 
128 Esther Leslie: Ontology of an Image 
134 Laura U. Marks: Talisman-Images 
140 Nicholas Mirzoeff: White Seeing-Space 
148 Jussi Parikka: The Diagrams of AI (Image) 
154 Raqs Media Collective: The Event-Shaped Hole, and the Photographic Image 
160 Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen: Forever Inside Images 
166 Cecilia Sjöholm: Images Do Not Take Sides 
172 Terry Smith: Iconomy, Iconoclash ≠ Iconomics 
196 Winnie Soon, Geoff Cox: What Is an Image? 
202 Peter Szendy: Towards a General Iconomy 
206 Christina Varvia (Images by Amel Alzakout): Image-Sections: The Evidentiary Capacity of Images to Sample the Lifeworld and Have an Operative Life 
230 Eyal Weizman (in conversation with Jacob Lund): Inhabiting the Hyper-Aesthetic Image