Found Image: 10 Days of Danger



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Contributed date

November 25, 2018 - 10:14pm

Critical Commentary

  • The image tries to account for the accumulative dimension disaster and toxicity
  • The nested temporalities that create and drive toxic events are made visible on a mundane temporal scale (e.g. the calendar)

I find the image evocative for trying to account for visualizing both the daily and escalating exposure to toxic substances in a disastrous event. The nested processes that have led to the event are nevertheless obscured and only addressed in the accompanying text. 

Cite as

Anonymous, "Found Image: 10 Days of Danger", contributed by Tim Schütz, Center for Ethnography, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 26 November 2018, accessed 5 December 2022.