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Joseph Imorde

imbued with nostalgia when viewers long for the ‘happier, simpler times’ depicted in their snapshots” (Goc 27–47, esp. 33) of people, places, and events. What is documented in these pictures are the supposedly great moments of a private life, assembled to hold the once invested emotions in stock for

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Bettina Lockemann

experience of invisibility and non-perceptibility of the past may initially seem negligible. However, compared to the experience of places turned into museums that offer concrete information at original sites of torture and killing while trying to involve the audience by evoking emotions, the empty center of

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Mitchell Schwarzer

rarely refer to sad or other complex emotions. What’s more important in this hugely public domain is response time and the self-recognition it rewards or doesn’t. 17 Like looking in the mirror, a selfie allows its maker a moment of reflection. How does my look correspond to who I am, who I want to be

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Ines Schlenker

reflects the qualities one associates with Chekhov. The characters are not altogether good or altogether bad. [...] Their emotions are not blatant or brutal but they are none the less intense. 27 All in all, Einzig enjoyed her time with Radio Times , “one of the easiest clients to work for”, who never

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Julia Winckler

brother and addresses a range of conflicting and confusing emotions such as jealousy, excitement, envy, sibling rivalry and love. Peter is pictured playing with wooden toys but also smearing paints all over his face and clothes in an act of jealousy, as he anxiously awaits the arrival of his sibling

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Wilfried Weinke

telling sequence of pictures about people, their emotions, their feelings, above all the impact of society on them, rather than single works of art“ 37 angesehen werden. Auch mit Blick auf Francis Reiss‘ fotografisches Schaffen in den USA charakterisierte Osman ihn „first and foremost as a