︎︎︎ The Landscape of Embodied Imaging: Diagram


The Landscape of Embodied Imaging diagram illustrates the process of mapping how the memory of genocide is passed from generation to generation through subjective coordinates, communal affinities and memorial processes. It does so by drawing from Moving Image based artistic practice, Memory Studies and Neuroscience. This in turn creates an emergent notion of imaging referred to as postmemory neuro imaging that engaged in recuperative processes of epistemic reconstruction through reconnecting the relations between internal and external representations. The hope is that, beyond contributing to the matrix of disciplines that it engages, will help us comprehend some of the key memorial lessons that have been passed transgenerationally and enable us to resist ongoing and future genocides.