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Monitoring and interpreting an increasing number of images has become part of people's daily lives. These images trigger a complex process of relations that can result in direct human or non-human actions over people, over services or over the very space. As part of a broader and widespread mediascape, the repertoire of images, its organization and connection to multiple devices and huge databases, make interpretation processes much more complex and beyond our reach. When arranged in a network,doi:10.34019/1981-4070.2020.v14.30111 fatcat:hddk6oumkfejxbaaucsqprqbzu