Keywords

Image, distrustful view, (audio)visual lie, photography, didactic resources.

Abstract

The text suggests distrust as a basic attitude when approaching audiovisual aids in general and image in particular. Then –as an exercise of distrustful view– it proposes to take advantage of the pedagogic power of the photographs of this master of suspicion called Joan Fontcuberta.

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Alfonso-Escuder, P. (2002). Reflections about the works of Joan Fontcuberta. [La mirada desconfiada: una aproximación a la obra de Joan Fontcuberta]. Comunicar, 19, 152-155. https://doi.org/10.3916/C19-2002-26

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