13th of November - Jonathan Crary- notes and synopsis

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Notes on Techniques of the Observer - Chapter 1: Modernity and the Problem of the Observer - Jonathan Crary

Crary says the book is about vision and it´s historical construction, and primarily addresses events and developments before 1850, Although when he wrote the book, major changes were happening with viewing imaging, namely the computer graphic techniques, which nullifies most of the culturally established meaning of the term observer and represention . ´The formalisation and diffusion of computer generated imagery heralds the ubiquitous implantation of fabricated visual ´spaces´´ Many new techniques are ´relocation vision to a plane severed from a human observer. He talkes about the how this audio visual media will become globally accessible.