This blog is part of a project by Urban Subjects (Sabine Bitter, Jeff Derksen und Helmut Weber) in Cooperation with the Kunstraum Lüneburg at the Leuphana University Lüneburg and the Leuphana Arts Program.

Visual representations of anti-nuclear protests

Polizeieinsatz gegen die Demonstration gegen das AKW Brokdorf28. Februar 1981, Hans Weingartz

The visual representation of anti-nuclear protests from a variety of media, such as Der Spiegel and Die Grosse Freiheit.

Are aerial views predominantly the representational method of the state and the police? Does a reconstruction of the imagery of anti-nuclear protests show how this form of photography is militarized and is part of new regimes of surveillance?

What is the ideology and the spatial logic of aerial views?

How do aerial views contrast the documentation by people involved in the protests?

How does a groundview perspective represent a different ideology?

From the 1960s and 1970s to today, is there a recognizable shift in the representation of anti-nuclear protest?

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