Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Interview with Jennifer Bajorek on Photography and the State

Author Jennifer Bajorek
in the galleries of the
pan-African exhibition
during the Rencontres de Bamako,
Bamako, Mali, November 2009.
Photograph: Erin Haney

Simon Dawes interviews Jennifer Bajorek on the Special Section on 'Photography and the State' that she co-edits (with Vikki Bell) and introduces in the TCS Annual Review 2010.

Read more to find out about the role of photography in South Africa, Israel/Palestine and Latin America, the relation between photography and the state, and how practical issues to do with photography help us theorise state sovereignty

TCS and B & S are published by SAGE.