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NO LOOKING AFTER THE INTERNET
words): What are the possibilities of learning from difficult images in an era in which digital technologies have made photographs of social violence ubiquitous? This article critically reflects on this question through an account of the curatorial experiments, dialogic contests, and pedagogical failures I have encountered in organizing No Looking After the Internet: a "looking group" that has met since 2012 which invites participants to look at an image (or a series of images) they aredoi:10.1080/17540763.2018.1445016 fatcat:66me45rc2vc6lalgos5kue7xhe